• Cuentan que el diablo una vez se enamoró y no supo que demonios hacer con ese vacío en el estómago. Cuentan que la miraba con ojos de ángel y que al tocar su piel se quemaba de pasión. Cuentan que Satanás conoció su propio infierno, en la boca de una mujer cuyos besos lo hacían un simple mortal. Cuentan que el diablo ya no es tan diablo y que se le puede ver caminando sólo con ojos de melancolía.
‘What do you want with me? You said you’d tell me here. So tell me.’
Rhys leaned back in his chair, folding powerful arms that even the fine clothes couldn’t hide. 'For this week? I want you to learn how to read.’
—  Feyre and Rhysand, A Court of Mist and Fury

Mortal Kombat - Mileena by Melenka

I’m sick of trying to pretend I can live without you. Don’t you understand that? Can’t you see it’s killing me?
—  City of Fallen Angels, Cassandra Clare

Greek Mythology Meme | Three Humans [ 1 / 3 ]

Arachne: a shepherd’s daughter who became a talented weaver at a young age, she boasted out of hubris that her weaving was far superior to even that of Athena, the goddess of wisdom and crafts; this angered the goddess, who proposed a contest in which the loser would forever give up weaving; in one version, Athena is the winner, and seeing that Arachne cannot live without weaving, she transforms her into a spider out of pity; in another version, Athena is the loser, and enraged by the beauty of Arachne’s work, she curses Arachne to become a spider and weave for all time

My Parabatai, he loved like few ever could love, with all and everything. I see you are like that too; it burns more brightly in you than the fire of Heaven.
—  City Of Heavenly Fire, Cassandra Clare