"In 20 years I won’t remember today; that scares me."

— “10 Word Poem" series - #31  (via mortalhusk)

(Source: lettersto-savemyself, via mortalhusk)

niisku:

the amount of sass in this screencap is overwhelming

niisku:

the amount of sass in this screencap is overwhelming

(Source: alien-jpg, via mortalhusk)

bunsen:

trying to make a situation better but ending up making it worse like

image

(via dontbethatghost)

"When you are lonely, sit with it. Feel it move through your veins. Feel it mix with your breath. There is only one way out of this and that is through. Feel how strong you are to be able to live with such quiet around you and such roars within you. Listen to your heart, how it beats like the thin hand of a clock. Ask it what it wants. Make lists of all the things you dream will fill this space one day. A clapboard house with coffee simmering on the stove. A rusty bike and someone to ride it with. Homemade bread and a hand to hold.
When you are lonely, remind yourself how awful it feels to fill this time with anything other than what you truly yearn for. You could go to his bed- nothing would stop you, you could go right now- but you wouldn’t feel any less alone while lying next to someone when that someone doesn’t love you like you deserve. He doesn’t know about the knot in the bottom of your stomach and he’ll fall asleep before it loosens.
When you are lonely, cultivate it. Cradle it. These moments feel like background noise but they are anything but. You are learning your way around yourself. You are drawing a map you will consult for the rest of your life. Ask yourself the hard things. How do you like your eggs cooked? Do you want to have children? How do you feel about global warming? When no one else is around, you can hear your own voice. Even if it is a gentle, quiet thing there are so many things you can learn from it. Take your time.
When you are lonely, light a candle that smells like home or maybe one that smells like pine trees you’ve never seen before. Kiss your forehead in the mirror and have a glass of wine. Write a poem. Or don’t.
When you are lonely, the universe is giving you space to be with yourself. Don’t waste it."

— Fortesa Latifi - When You Are Lonely (via madgirlf)

(via faithandotherdrugs)

visual-poetry:

»i forgive you« by natalie lauchlan
"You will hear a song, and it will rest in the back of your throat, making a knot that will hold fast. You’ll feel the hot streaks of tears coming down your face, reminding you of a moment in time when you were in love. The crisp autumn air filling your lungs, the joy of endless possibilities that occupied your thoughts and heart; it all comes crashing down again, as you listen to the melody of a song that once meant something wonderful. It hurts, but you repeat it again and again, hoping that it becomes a happy tune to you once more; because you loved that song, and you don’t want to lose that as well."

— T.B. LaBerge // Things I’m still learning at 25 (via tblaberge)

(via faithandotherdrugs)

The Color Morale - Prey For Me

(Source: thecolormorale.net, via weightofmyheart-notthesize)