Waiting lies heavy on my lids. It lies like sleep, Like a big sea. Far off, far off, I feel the first wave tug Its cargo of agony toward me, inescapable, tidal. And I, a shell, echoing on this white beach Face the voices that overwhelm, the terrible element.
What did my fingers do before they held him? What did my heart do, with its love? I have never seen a thing so clear.
This is a disease I carry home, this is a death. Again, this is a death. Is it the air, The particles of destruction I suck up? Am I a pulse That wanes and wanes, facing the cold angel? Is this my lover then? This death, this death? Is this the one sin then, this old dead love of death?
I am accused. I dream of massacres. I am a garden of black and red agonies. I drink them, Hating myself, hating and fearing. And now the world conceives Its end and runs toward it, arms held out in love. It is a love of death that sickens everything. A dead sun stains the newsprint. It is red. I lose life after life. The dark earth drinks them.
The face in the pool was beautiful, but not mine— It had a consequential look, like everything else, And all I could see was dangers: doves and words, Stars and showers of gold—conceptions, conceptions! I remember a white, cold wing.
There is a snake in swans. He glided by; his eye had a black meaning. I saw the world in it—small, mean and black, Every little word hooked to every little word, and act to act.
It happens many times in history...Having a taboo on a name is quite common in certain civilizations. In Africa there are tribes where the name is never used. Your name is a sacred part of yourself and you are referred to as the son of so-and-so, the brother of so-and-so, and you're given these pseudonyms, because your name is something that can be used magically against you if it's known. It's like a part of your soul. That's a powerful taboo in many cultures and across many folklores. On a more prosaic note, in the 1950s in London, there were a pair of gangsters called the Kray Twins. The story goes that people didn't speak the name Kray. You just didn't mention it. You didn't talk about them, because retribution was so brutal and bloody. I think this is an impressive demonstration of strength - that you can convince someone not to use your name. Impressive in the sense that demonstrates how deep the level of fear is that you can inspire. It's not something to be admired.
Bellatrix: The Warrior | Bellatrix is the Amazon star. Bella is the Latin plural of bellum, meaning ‘war’, and a feminine singular adjective meaning ‘beautiful’. Trix is the Latin feminine suffix for ‘warrior’ (i.e. Bellatrix is the Latin word for a female warrior or a personification of feminine beauty).
Avery: (b. late 1920s); One of the earliest (c.1955) members of the Death Eaters; attended Hogwarts with Tom Riddle. Probably related (father/son?) to the Avery that attended Hogwarts with Severus Snape. Lestrange: (1920s); 1955) members of the Death Eaters; attended Hogwarts with Tom Riddle. Probably related (father/sons?) to Rabastan and Rodolphus Lestrange who attended Hogwarts with Severus Snape. Mulciber: One of the earliest (c.1955) members of the Death Eaters. Imperius Curse specialist, who had already been captured by the time Karkaroff came to trial — much to Karkaroff’s dismay, who was busy trying to trade Mulciber’s name for his own freedom. Fought in the Battle of the Department of Mysteries. Rosier: One of the earliest (c.1955) members of the Death Eaters. Probably related to Evan Rosier, a Death Eater who attended Hogwarts with Severus Snape and was a member of his “gang of Slytherins” and was later killed by Alastor Moody. (source)
Happy Birthday, Marin! I hope you have an awesome time, and that you get loads of presents and loads of cake and booze and your very own Black Pearl.
Our Blood - A Sirius/Bellatrix Mix.
tracklisting, 001. Red Hands & White Knuckles • The Bravery. 002. We Suck Young Blood • Radiohead. 003. Blood • Sons & Daughters. 004. Sour Times • Portishead. 005. Blue Monday • Nouvelle Vague. 006. Rabbit Hole • Andrew Douglas Rothbard.
→ lucius/narcissa or bellatrix/voldemort | asked by katrina (who was apparently trying to see me murdered slowly by my own indecision. this was so hard, but as intense as my love for bellamort burns, these two, THESE TWO. they give me ALL THE FEELINGS.)
Sirius; Derived via Latin from Greek σειριος (seirios) that means “burning”. A star in the constellation Canis Major, the brightest star in the sky, approximately 8.6 light-years distant from Earth. Also called Dog Star.
Regulus; means the little king in latin. The name reflects a common belief that the star ruled the affairs of heaven. Is the brightest star in the constellation Leo and one of the brightest stars in the nighttime sky
Andromeda: The Rebel | The Andromeda Galaxy was named after the character from Greek mythology: a princess who was tied to a rock to be sacrificed to a sea monster, but was saved by the hero Perseus, whom she then married.
Narcissa: The Princess | The name Narcissa is derived from Narcissus, a beautiful but vain character in Greek mythology from which the term narcissism, which refers to vanity and elitism, is derived. The name can also be derived from the flower by the same name, known as the daffodil.
Open Up Your Skull (I’ll Be There) | A Bellatrix/Voldemort fanmix
tracklisting: (001) Climbing Up The Walls | Radiohead (002) Tender Talons | Ladytron (003) Who Is She? | I Monster (004) Dangerous Animals | Arctic Monkeys (005) All Fired Up | Interpol (006) I Wanna Be Your Dog | Emilie Simon (007) Long Snake Moan | PJ Harvey (008) Slippage | Goldfrapp (009) Stranger Than Kindness | Fever Ray (010) This Hollow World | Johnny Hollow (011) The Color of the Fire | Boards of Canada (012) You Are The Blood | Sufjan Stevens (013) Vers la Flamme, Op. 72 | Vladimir Horowitz (014) Sequenz 6. Lacrimosa | Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart