Letter written by Emma Hauck to her husband while in a psychiatric hospital. The words sweetheart come (‘Herzensschatzi komm’), are written over and over filling the surface of the paper (c. 1909) (via anticipatedstranger)
(Source: navalarchitecture, via carnetimages-8)
Second Voice (by antonio•merini)
"I am at home in the lamplight. The evenings are lengthening.
I am mending a silk slip: my husband is reading.
How beautifully the light includes these things.
There is a kind of smoke in the spring air,
A smoke that takes the parks, the little statues
With pinkness, as if a tenderness awoke,
A tenderness that did not tire, something healing….”
Bridgette Guerzon Mills
Collage art by Yoko Inoue, lacquer trays by Akihiko Sugita.