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When Children Are Asleep (1885). Thomas Faed (Scottish, 1826-1900). Oil on canvas. National Museums Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery.
Based on a clipping in Faed’s papers, inspiration may have come from popular ballad, “When the children are asleep.” First Line: “Ere the night has ended day.” R. March and Co., London, between 1877 and 1884.

books0977:

When Children Are Asleep (1885). Thomas Faed (Scottish, 1826-1900). Oil on canvas. National Museums Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery.

Based on a clipping in Faed’s papers, inspiration may have come from popular ballad, “When the children are asleep.” First Line: “Ere the night has ended day.” R. March and Co., London, between 1877 and 1884.

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Maybe growing up was really nothing more than growing away: from your old life, from your old self, from all those things that kept you tethered to your past.

Jennifer E. Smith, This Is What Happy Looks Like (via perfect)

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There’s a word for a people like me. I am Divergent.

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