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"you saw her beauty, but not the iron underneath"

-  george r.r. martin (via justmady)
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George R.R. Martin, A Clash of Kings
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"Cunt again? It was odd how men … used that word to demean women when it was the only part of a woman they valued."

- Asha Greyjoy, A Dance With Dragons  (via katisque)

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"Every man who walks the earth casts a shadow on the world. Some are thin and weak, others long and dark. You should look behind you, Lord Snow. The moon has kissed you and etched your shadow upon the ice twenty feet tall."

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Melisandre

George R.R. Martin, A Dance with Dragons

(via subbuglio)

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and when they come together for his wedding, and you come out… clad in a maiden’s cloak of white and grey with a direwolf emblazoned on the back… why, every knight in the Vale will pledge his sword to win you back your birthright. So those are your gifts from me, my sweet Sansa… Harry, the Eyrie, and Winterfell.
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'Grandmother,' she remembers saying, 'why do they call you the Queen of Thorns?'

The old woman patted her on the cheek. ‘My dear girl,’ she said, ‘what else is left after the roses fall?’

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- Margaery Tyrell (via agameofclothes)
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“She pushed two of her snowballs together, added a third, packed more snow in around them, and patted the whole thing into the shape of a cylinder. When it was done, she stood it on end and used the tip of her little finger to poke holes in it for windows. The crenellations around the top took a little more care, but when they were done she had a tower. I need some walls now, Sansa thought, and then a keep. She set to work.
The snow fell and the castle rose. Two walls ankle-high, the inner taller than the outer. Towers and turrets, keeps and stairs, a round kitchen, a square armory, the stables along the inside of the west wall. It was only a castle when she began, but before very long Sansa knew it was Winterfell. She found twigs and fallen branches beneath the snow and broke off the ends to make the trees for the godswood. For the gravestones in the lichyard she used bits of bark. Soon her gloves and her boots were crusty white, her hands were tingling, and her feet were soaked and cold, but she did not care. The castle was all that mattered. Some things were hard to remember, but most came back to her easily, as if she had been there only yesterday. The Library Tower, with the steep stonework stair twisting about its exterior. The gatehouse, two huge bulwarks, the arched gate between them, crenellations all along the top …
And all the while the snow kept falling, piling up in drifts around her buildings as fast as she raised them”. - A Storm of Swords
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"I rose too high, loved too hard, dared too much. I tried to grasp a star, overreached, and fell."

- Jon Connington, A Dance with Dragons (via shewhofearsfailure)
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