Stella Kotsilopoulou

Stella Kotsilopoulou

Athens, Greece / English Teacher
Stella Kotsilopoulou
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Leigh Bardugo, The Grisha Trilogy

Leigh Bardugo, The Grisha Trilogy

Tell him I was too... ~Dorothy Parker quote. ~via Dorothy Parker, FB

Tell him I was too... ~Dorothy Parker quote. ~via Dorothy Parker, FB

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Just like you came  Fuck off

Just like you came Fuck off

Sex is kinda like cooking

Sex is kinda like cooking

Professor Nightmore. The current defense against the dark arts professor at Hogwarts

Professor Nightmore. The current defense against the dark arts professor at Hogwarts

She reached behind her back again and retrieved her cigarette from the cabinet where she had laid it. She observed him like he was a particularly large roach for several moments before she sneered, "Yeah, that's about what I figured. Men like you love to inflict pain, but when it comes to receiving, you're all pussies." A NEW short story by Lilly Sinclair. DOWNLOAD HERE for only $0.99 cents!! http://authorlillysinclai4.wix.com/lucris ‪#‎satan‬ ‪#‎serial‬ killer ‪#‎occult‬ ‪#‎ritual‬ ‪#‎evil‬

She reached behind her back again and retrieved her cigarette from the cabinet where she had laid it. She observed him like he was a particularly large roach for several moments before she sneered, "Yeah, that's about what I figured. Men like you love to inflict pain, but when it comes to receiving, you're all pussies." A NEW short story by Lilly Sinclair. DOWNLOAD HERE for only $0.99 cents!! http://authorlillysinclai4.wix.com/lucris ‪#‎satan‬ ‪#‎serial‬ killer ‪#‎occult‬ ‪#‎ritual‬ ‪#‎evil‬

In Mesopotamian mythology Mamitu was the (sometimes) goat-headed Goddess of Destiny, who decreed the fate of the new-borns. She was also worshipped as Goddess of the Oath, later a Goddess of Fate and a Judge in the Underworld.

In Mesopotamian mythology Mamitu was the (sometimes) goat-headed Goddess of Destiny, who decreed the fate of the new-borns. She was also worshipped as Goddess of the Oath, later a Goddess of Fate and a Judge in the Underworld.

"From within the skull, hair comes into existence. Debris, ribbon, the surplus of brain. Virginal, black hair. These are the threads of my mind — crawling, like the legs of a black widow, tangled in the breeze, hanging from my crown like dark, dead trees. Darkness within me, darkness which leaves me. It is the evidence of time, the rings of my history." — Segovia Amil, #SegoviaAmil #BlackHair #Poetry #Prose #Darkness

"From within the skull, hair comes into existence. Debris, ribbon, the surplus of brain. Virginal, black hair. These are the threads of my mind — crawling, like the legs of a black widow, tangled in the breeze, hanging from my crown like dark, dead trees. Darkness within me, darkness which leaves me. It is the evidence of time, the rings of my history." — Segovia Amil, #SegoviaAmil #BlackHair #Poetry #Prose #Darkness