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mlssmlsery · 4 months
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IF YOUR CASCADE OCEAN WAVE BLUES COME ✨
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alghulnyssa · 4 months
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folklore/evermore songs as vintage posters part two [part one]
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cascadeoceanwave · 4 months
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cause it was never mine
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lavenderhaz · 4 months
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2 YEARS OF FOLKLORE → Folklore is the eighth studio album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It was a surprise album, released on July 24, 2020, via Republic Records. After the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, Swift cancelled a concert tour supporting her seventh studio album Lover and quarantined herself, during when she conceived Folklore as "a collection of songs and stories that flowed like a stream of consciousness" out of her imagination.
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cruellesummer · 1 year
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‘cause it was never mine
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annacoleman · 5 months
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♡ 1000 FOLLOWER CELEBRATION ♡ @stevienick asked 🌈 reputation or folklore?
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layla-el-faouly · 10 months
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You drew stars around my scars,
But now I'm bleedin'.
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bisexualgorgeous · 1 year
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give you the silence that only comes when two people understand each other
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sadbeautifutragic · 1 year
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“It started with imagery. Visuals that popped into my mind and piqued my curiosity.” Folklore by Taylor Swift | July 24th, 2020 INSP for Center
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taradarcy · 1 year
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HAPPY ONE YEAR OF FOLKLORE !! released july 23rd, 2020.
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sadsocietypress · 1 year
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shop our prints ✨
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thalissateixeira · 11 months
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She said "James, get in, let's drive" Those days turned into nights Slept next to her, but I dreamt of you all summer long
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alghulnyssa · 2 years
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folklore/evermore songs as vintage posters
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mlssmlsery · 1 year
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hellshee · 6 months
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In Romania, the Midsummer celebrations (23 - 24 June) are named Drăgaica or Sânziene. The term Sânziene originates in the Latin "Sancta Diana", the Roman goddess of the hunt and moon, also celebrated in Roman Dacia (ancient Romania).
The folk practices of Sânziene imply that the maidens in the village dress in white and spend all day searching for and picking flowers, of which one MUST be Galium verum (Lady's bedstraw or Yellow bedstraw) which in Romanian is also named "Sânziànă".
Using the flowers they picked during the day, the girls braid floral crowns which they wear upon returning to the village at nightfall. There they meet with their beloved and they dance around a bonfire. The crowns are thrown over the houses, and whenever the crown falls, it is said that someone will die in that house; if the crown stays on the roof of the house, then good harvest and wealth will be bestowed upon the owners.
As with other bonfire celebrations, jumping over the embers after the bonfire is not raging anymore is done to purify the person and also to bring health.
Another folk belief is that during the Sânziene Eve night, the heavens open up, making it the strongest night for magic spells, especially for the love spells. Also it is said that the plants harvested during this night will have tremendous magical powers.
It is not a good thing though to be a male and walk at night during Sanziene Eve night, as that is the time when the fairies dance in the air, blessing the crops and bestowing health on people - they do not like to be seen by males, and whomever sees them will be maimed, or the fairies will take their hearing/speech or make them mad.
In some areas of the Carpathians, the villagers then light a big wheel of hay from the ceremonial bonfire and push it down a hill. This has been interpreted as a symbol for the setting sun (from the solstice to come and until the midwinter solstice, the days will be getting shorter).
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cruellesummer · 2 years
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roaring twenties, tossing pennies in the pool
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