The Lord's Favorite

Marine, Almighty Leader of the Drew Appreciation Society

“Arcadia? The realm of the infinite? It’s a poet’s corner… It’s not a cult or a religion – it’s an awareness of your surroundings; you’re not going to force yourself on anyone and, equally, no one’s going to force themselves on you. And it’s about community and pleasure. It came from a whisper through the trees. It came from a crack in the pavement. It can also come when you open a bag of crisps, or when you kick a football against a goalpost. Even if I was winding you up, it would still be true, because Arcadia and the Arcadian Dream is so deep, is so true to our hearts… It can be as powerful as your imagination can allow it to be. But, it can also be as dark and twisted as your soul… Arcadia encompasses the infinite, and that’s why it comforts me.”

Arcadia? The realm of the infinite? It’s a poet’s corner… It’s not a cult or a religion – it’s an awareness of your surroundings; you’re not going to force yourself on anyone and, equally, no one’s going to force themselves on you. And it’s about community and pleasure. It came from a whisper through the trees. It came from a crack in the pavement. It can also come when you open a bag of crisps, or when you kick a football against a goalpost. Even if I was winding you up, it would still be true, because Arcadia and the Arcadian Dream is so deep, is so true to our hearts… It can be as powerful as your imagination can allow it to be. But, it can also be as dark and twisted as your soul… Arcadia encompasses the infinite, and that’s why it comforts me.

(Source: wolfmanandbilo)

tippi1992:

"The first time I ever met Sid and John they were sat in a squat, rubbing butter into their faces because they thought it would give them spots." (Adam Ant)

tippi1992:

"The first time I ever met Sid and John they were sat in a squat, rubbing butter into their faces because they thought it would give them spots." (Adam Ant)

Pete Doherty & Graham Coxon 

Pete Doherty & Graham Coxon