My father has never given me anything.
It’s all about what it looks like, isn’t it?
What did you see? When you died, what did you see?
There were phrases of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony that still made Coe cry. He always thought it had to do with the circumstances of the composition itself. He imagined Beethoven, deaf and soul sick, his heart broken, scribbling furiously while Death stood in the doorway, clipping his nails. Still, Coe thought, it might’ve been living in the country that was making him cry. It was killing him with its silence, and loneliness. Making everything ordinary too beautiful to bear.
(Source: nobodyreallywantsus, via wyndamwesley)
Amazing Mad Men Portraits Set
(4/100) » Mad Men
AU MEME // Mad Men & space
One photoset per Mad Men episode
409 - The Beautiful Girls