Coquettes Fancy
A minx in librarians clothing. NSFW or anyone 18 or under. Photo credit given whenever possible. Thank you for stopping by, enjoy your stay.
Coquettes Fancy
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askun:

OK I was a total exhibitionist in SF, still am  .  .  . just no large audience 
askun:

OK I was a total exhibitionist in SF, still am  .  .  . just no large audience 
Album Art
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These walls drive me crazy by Einsilbig
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tempoinstabile:
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flowersgardenlove:

Peacock Flower Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers
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c. 1920 Game Board by takeabreak on Flickr.
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untitled by [ JEFF LIU ] on Flickr.
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ohmygodbeautifulbitches:

What about holding my hand, sweetie?Tanya and Miele Rancido by Roberto Girardi
Submitted by miele-rancido 
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panes 1 by Ned Lyttelton on Flickr.
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dusdin:

A photo I took last summer, in the current issue of No Thoughts magazine.
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seriouslysensuous:

celiabasto:

100% ART

If not for the different, why live!?
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As Kurt Said by Funkomaticphototron on Flickr.
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fotojournalismus:

Hebron, West Bank | April 10, 2014
Photos by Ammar Awad/Reuters
1. A Palestinian vendor organises a display of glass ornaments in a glass factory.
2. A Palestinian man paints a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
3. A Palestinian man paints a traditional ceramic plate in a ceramic factory.
4. Palestinians work in a ceramic factory.
5. A Palestinian man uses a potter’s wheel to make a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
6. A Palestinian glassblower uses a blowpipe to make a traditional vase in a workshop.
fotojournalismus:

Hebron, West Bank | April 10, 2014
Photos by Ammar Awad/Reuters
1. A Palestinian vendor organises a display of glass ornaments in a glass factory.
2. A Palestinian man paints a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
3. A Palestinian man paints a traditional ceramic plate in a ceramic factory.
4. Palestinians work in a ceramic factory.
5. A Palestinian man uses a potter’s wheel to make a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
6. A Palestinian glassblower uses a blowpipe to make a traditional vase in a workshop.
fotojournalismus:

Hebron, West Bank | April 10, 2014
Photos by Ammar Awad/Reuters
1. A Palestinian vendor organises a display of glass ornaments in a glass factory.
2. A Palestinian man paints a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
3. A Palestinian man paints a traditional ceramic plate in a ceramic factory.
4. Palestinians work in a ceramic factory.
5. A Palestinian man uses a potter’s wheel to make a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
6. A Palestinian glassblower uses a blowpipe to make a traditional vase in a workshop.
fotojournalismus:

Hebron, West Bank | April 10, 2014
Photos by Ammar Awad/Reuters
1. A Palestinian vendor organises a display of glass ornaments in a glass factory.
2. A Palestinian man paints a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
3. A Palestinian man paints a traditional ceramic plate in a ceramic factory.
4. Palestinians work in a ceramic factory.
5. A Palestinian man uses a potter’s wheel to make a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
6. A Palestinian glassblower uses a blowpipe to make a traditional vase in a workshop.
fotojournalismus:

Hebron, West Bank | April 10, 2014
Photos by Ammar Awad/Reuters
1. A Palestinian vendor organises a display of glass ornaments in a glass factory.
2. A Palestinian man paints a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
3. A Palestinian man paints a traditional ceramic plate in a ceramic factory.
4. Palestinians work in a ceramic factory.
5. A Palestinian man uses a potter’s wheel to make a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
6. A Palestinian glassblower uses a blowpipe to make a traditional vase in a workshop.
fotojournalismus:

Hebron, West Bank | April 10, 2014
Photos by Ammar Awad/Reuters
1. A Palestinian vendor organises a display of glass ornaments in a glass factory.
2. A Palestinian man paints a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
3. A Palestinian man paints a traditional ceramic plate in a ceramic factory.
4. Palestinians work in a ceramic factory.
5. A Palestinian man uses a potter’s wheel to make a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
6. A Palestinian glassblower uses a blowpipe to make a traditional vase in a workshop.
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April comforts
and mocks



these brittle bones,
this unwieldy heart …

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Linda Pastan, from “Purple” (via hiddenshores)