What's the most beautiful imagery you've read?

"I Love You sounds the same whenever one hears it; the name of the speaker is the significance of the speech. The lull in a conversation is the moment for the deepest thoughts to emerge. The hushing silence of a sleeping dog is the time when you cherish the friend. The snow is longingly pursued at the cusp of winter, but we smile when it finally loses its grasp on the earth."
What's the most beautiful imagery you've read?

that quote makes me feel everything it describes, great example of gorgeous writing.

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  • We die, in turn, so that others may live. The tragedy of a single individual becomes, in the balance of natural things, the triumph of ongoing life.”

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  • "I hope that one day,
    someday soon, you see it.
    because i did. i saw it in you and
    i tried to show you, but
    the mirror couldn’t reflect it.
    and whenever you told me you
    hated your voice, your legs,
    your overactive imagination,
    you’d laugh it off. but your eyes
    would be cast downwards
    and you’d rub at them quickly
    and i know that you weren’t kidding.
    god, i saw so much in you.
    you hated thunder but you started
    storms within me. don’t you get
    it? you made me feel when
    i was empty. you made me love
    when i was filled with hate.
    you made me hope
    when i was defeated, and
    now i’m back at the start.
    i just hope you see it one day.
    because when you told me you were
    broken, i was angry at the
    world for treating you so badly.
    i was angry at everyone
    who ever told you that you
    were worthless.
    i was angry at you for believing them.
    i hope you see it one day.
    all the good i saw in you. i hope
    you see it and it makes you
    shine. i hope you see it."

    - I love tumblr sometimes... <3

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  • Then they looked up and could see, and lo! they were at the foot of steep hills, and these hills made a great circle wherein lay a wide plain, and set therein, not rightly at the midmost but rather nearer to that place where they stood, was a great hill with a level top, and upon that summit rose a city in the new light of the morning. But Tuor looked upon the walls of stone, and the uplifted towers, upon the glistering pinnacles of the town, and he looked upon the stairs of stone and marble, bordered by slender balustrades and cooled by the leap of fountains of Amon Gwareth

    Then did the throng return within the gates and the wanderers with them, and Tuor saw they were of iron and of great height and strength. Now the streets of Gondolin were paved with stone and wide, kerbed with marble, and fair houses and courts amid gardens of bright flowers were set about the ways, and many towers of great slenderness and beauty builded of white marble and carved most marvellously rose to the heaven. Squares there were lit with fountains and the home of birds that sang amid the branches of their aged trees, but of all these the greatest was that place where stood the king's palace, and the tower thereof was the loftiest in the city, and the fountains that played before the doors shot twenty fathoms and seven in the air and fell in a singing rain of crystal: therein did the sun glitter splendidly by day, and the moon most magically shimmered by night. The birds that dwelt there were of the whiteness of snow and their voices sweeter than a lullaby of music.

    www.tednasmith.com/.../...den_City_of_Gondolin.jpg

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    • Sorry for the wall of text lol >_<

    • seeing ur username attached to it means its worth it :D its beautiful

    • Aww thank you fam 😆, i actually spent 20 mins trying to answer when you posted but i couldn't think of any emotional imagery I've read that is beautiful. It's either places or erotic lmao.

  • "Consultant you're so hot and I want to suck your cock rn"

    I'll spare the graphic details
    Yeah lovely imagery right there

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  • https://youtu.be/QR28G204z5k

    Legend of the Sealed Kingdom

    The sealed Kingdom is a horrifying place
    where the Werewolves howl chills the blood and sends ripples of fear down your spine
    a place that never sees the light of day but always the dead of night
    a place were the screams of the damned echo through the spectral wind,
    a wind that never feels warm but always an unnatural cold
    like death itself is imbued within it,
    and as the darkest part of the eternal night approaches,
    the moon rises over the Fortress of the condemned,
    and gleams its dreary light upon the kingdom making the land glow a ghastly silver,
    just light enough to see were you are going...
    But faint enough to not see what's hidden in the darkness...
    the Birthplace of evil Land of eternal darkness,
    this is the sealed Kingdom forever drenched in shadow,
    hidden within the trenches of eternity, lost in the currents of dream
    beneath the tides of time, lying broken in the cold, lifeless abyss
    in the place of wolves, that roam betwixt mortality and mortality's dream
    in a place of hidden demons that dance upon the winds of mystery
    atop a lone mountain, assaulted through eternity by the howl of treachery
    so lies the Sealed Kingdom, forever drenched in shadow,
    and so lies the darkness that once dwelt upon the land.

    The darkness that once breathed.
    That once walked.
    That once thought.
    That now lies in slumber, awaiting the day,
    when the eternal companion of darkness shall awaken anew
    a companion by the name
    of Fate...

    Slumbering in shadow, the stars beam down faint light
    In the moonlight, they respect the interlopers
    in the darkness, twisted inside reality
    people will now believe my story of.

    The sealed kingdom, in slumber
    the blood night keeps the morning dew away
    The lost tale, of this damned place
    will be sealed away, until its legend fades, then all...
    will be true...

    Beneath melancholy black clouds and above mystic black waters lies the Cursed Castle of Ages Old; the castle long abandoned by the living and captured by haunted souls of those not yet fully dead lies in a plane of forgotten time evermore. The sun has forgotten what that place looks like, and the darkness has erased the glory that once shone out radiantly from the splendid nation. Now it is little more than the sporting grounds of ghouls and monsters worse than can the dark woods hold.

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    • Such places should never be found by such people, for certain agony is the only outcome. Shadows fade into darkness and mist vanishes into black rock. Such things should never be seen by men...

      By a border of fear,
      was a kingdom of cold,
      sealed far away,
      yet so very near...

      Enter who may leave,
      And leave all ye who enter,
      for in the shadows
      lies the spider's weave...

      Across a barren land
      Of death and sorrow
      Fight or defend...

      The darkness yearns
      It lies in wait
      To kill all that returns,
      You fall to your knees in despair,
      For your love lies behind the walls,
      Never to be seen again,
      Inside the Sealed Kingdom...

      When the night is in peril,
      Monsters come out.
      The wolves howl,
      And blood drips.
      Always seeing the dead of darkness,
      Never to see the moon.

      The Darkness rules here forever more, the lorde who owned it died.
      The castle still mourns it's owners death, and lets none but him in.
      Perhaps the Darkness isn't evil.
      Perhaps it needs a friend.
      Join the Darkness, one by one, line up

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    • 😄😄😄

  • http://susanjeffersart.com/images/snowypg.jpg

    Stopping by Woods on a Snowy EveningRelated Poem Content Details
    BY ROBERT FROST
    Whose woods these are I think I know.
    His house is in the village though;
    He will not see me stopping here
    To watch his woods fill up with snow.

    My little horse must think it queer
    To stop without a farmhouse near
    Between the woods and frozen lake
    The darkest evening of the year.

    He gives his harness bells a shake
    To ask if there is some mistake.
    The only other sound’s the sweep
    Of easy wind and downy flake.

    The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
    But I have promises to keep,
    And miles to go before I sleep,
    And miles to go before I sleep.

    www.monkeytrivia.com/.../...in-a-snowy-evening.jpg

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    • the last stanza, i love it. robert frost is the og

    • Last stanza is like..
      Life is just like woods deep.. Colorful and lovely..
      But I have a lot of responsibility with me..
      I have to go a long way.. And and finish all the responsibility before I sleep, die, or rest in peace..
      👆such lines are capable of giving wordgasm.. Who wouldn't love them?

    • Wordgasm? Lmaooo good description

  • "You have to consider the possibility that god does not like you. He never wanted you. In all probability, he hates you. It's not the worst that could happen."

    something totally different compared to yours, but i really like this.

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  • Never really taken the imagery, but when i was backpacking we happened upon the reservor and it was like 2000 foot climb in elevation packet into 2 miles in elevation but once you hit the top you were greeted with this.
    40.media.tumblr.com/.../...n4mLSt1qewcmdo1_500.jpg
    And this photo does not do it justice.
    However this is my to-die for destination
    www.azamaraclubcruises.com/.../volos-greece.jpg

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  • "The only sovereign you can allow to rule you is reason. The first law of reason is this: what exists, exists, what is, is and from this irreducible bedrock principle, all knowledge is built. It is the foundation from which life is embraced.

    Thinking is a choice. Wishes and whims are not facts nor are they a means to discover them. Reason is our only way of grasping reality; it is our basic tool of survival. We are free to evade the effort of thinking, to reject reason, but we are not free to avoid the penalty of the abyss that we refuse to see. Faith and feelings are the darkness to reasons light. In rejecting reason, refusing to think, one embraces death."

    Terry Goodkind

    this quote literally changed my life. It's the reason I became an objectivist. I choose reason over passion over feelings over faith.

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  • Some Bible verses probably. I haven't read anything else that was moving to me I don't recall anyway.

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  • That quote with that picture is absolute 🐎💩

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    • whats going on there, u got a stalker?

    • These dumbfuks thought they could run operation on me because I was apparently "playing" them alll so they saw some chick flick movie and got idea and failed baha App

  • Why did you post that pic? It reminds me of winter lmao.

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    • I like it, i I've never experienced winter which is awesome cuz that quote makes me feel it

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    • 😂😂 dont crush my dreams, i imagine it nicer but i hate the cold

    • Hahahah winter is not nice. Its evil. Cars are dirty from the roads. There's grey mucky slush lol. Its only pretty too look at. Next to a fire place inside lol

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  • That's beautiful picture

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  • happiness is snorting cocaine off from a hooker's ass --quran.

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