the-rose

RWBY : White rose Christmas by dishwasher1910

Happy holidays everyone , commissions will soon start up again on Patreon for this holiday periods . BUTTTTT , I’d greatly appreciate it if you can keep it simple as I still have some uni work to do during it . With that said , let the yuri commence !

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24 Days of Louis Fic Rec   Day Eight

Title: Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose (103k)

Author: @larrythotlinson

Summary:

“There’s something so great about watching you interact with art,” Harry said quietly. “Like, when you were giving the tour, you were just so you, and so happy and excited and funny and engrossing. But then when you’re looking at the art, when it’s, like, just for you, you get so quiet and observant.” He pressed a kiss to Louis’s shoulder. “But you still seem so you, and so happy. I don’t know if I’ve ever seen you as happy as you’ve been tonight.” He kissed his shoulder again. “As you are right now.”

A shiver went up Louis’s back.

“I’m happy when I’m with you,” he said.

Or, Louis loved art and Harry was a masterpiece.

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Weighing nearly one ton, The Rose by Jay DeFeo is one of the most complicated works in the Whitney’s collection to install. On February 15, the work was installed at the Whitney Museum as part of the exhibition Jay DeFeo: A Retrospective (opening February 28). The work arrived in New York from California, where the Whitney’s exhibition had finished a successful run at SFMOMA. Photographer Paula Court documented the installation that day from start to finish.

To the most delicate rose in my life. Happy Mother’s Day to you and every mother out there!

Lukas W.

When the night has been too lonely
And the road has been too long
And you think that love is only
For the lucky and the strong

Just remember in the winter
Far beneath the bitter snows
Lies the seed that with the sun’s love
In the spring becomes the rose

 “The Rose,” Bette Midler

Inspired by this lovely piece from Starpuncher.