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The Death Coach, also known as the Coach-a-bower or Coshta-Bower, is a staple in Irish folklore. It is a large, black horse drawn hearse, pulled by six black stallions. In some tellings of the story, these stallions have no head.

dichotomized:

The Death Coach, also known as the Coach-a-bower or Coshta-Bower, is a staple in Irish folklore. It is a large, black horse drawn hearse, pulled by six black stallions. In some tellings of the story, these stallions have no head.

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bygonetimes:

A woman stands upon a Victoria water lily, part of the Nymphaeaceae plant family.

bygonetimes:

A woman stands upon a Victoria water lily, part of the Nymphaeaceae plant family.

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She was the ghost in the story of his life, haunting all of his houses and later relationships; walking with loud footsteps through too many of his dreams.

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songesoleil:

Art by Aubrey Beardsley.1893-1894.
1 : Design for front cover of bound volumes of Le Morte d’Arthur ( Sir Thomas Malory).
2-3 : Covers of Le Morte d’Arthur.
Art nouveau cover.
Luxuary edition.

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