1. Me, everyday.

    (via the-absolute-funniest-posts)

  2. amoyed:

    I love it when the person I love more than anything in the world gives me a morning kiss, it means a lot

    (via epic-humor)

  3. maegalcarwenraven:

    Here is what to do with some old, broken terracotta pots!

    (via lesbianparadox)

  4. ultrafacts:








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    (via stumblingtowardsgrace)


  5. "I would rather die of passion than of boredom."
    —  Vincent Van Gogh  (via goddessmorrigan)

    (Source: hellanne, via lesbianparadox)


  7. pearswhy:

    explaining anxiety is the fucking worst because you feel like an idiot for being bothered by the things that bother you but it’s such an intense fear right at your core so you have to go through all of these other levels of yourself to try and get someone else to understand it

    (via lesbianparadox)


  8. "Falling in love, we said; I fell for him. We were falling women. We believed in it, this downward motion: so lovely, like flying, and yet at the same time so dire, so extreme, so unlikely."
    — Margaret Atwood (from 'The Handmaid's Tale')

    (Source: lit-quotes)


  9. "

    You begin this way:
    this is your hand,
    this is your eye,
    this is a fish, blue and flat
    on the paper, almost
    the shape of an eye
    This is your mouth, this is an O
    or a moon, whichever
    you like. This is yellow.

    Outside the window
    is the rain, green
    because it is summer, and beyond that
    the trees and then the world,
    which is round and has only
    the colors of these nine crayons.

    This is the world, which is fuller
    and more difficult to learn than I have said.
    You are right to smudge it that way
    with the red and then
    the orange: the world burns.

    Once you have learned these words
    you will learn that there are more
    words than you can ever learn.
    The word hand floats above your hand
    like a small cloud over a lake.
    The word hand anchors
    your hand to this table
    your hand is a warm stone
    I hold between two words.

    This is your hand, these are my hands, this is the world,
    which is round but not flat and has more colors
    than we can see.

    It begins, it has an end,
    this is what you will
    come back to, this is your hand

    — You Begin by Margaret Atwood (1978)

    (Source: ramblingdaniel)


  10. "

    Secrecy flows through you,
    a different kind of blood.
    It’s as if you’ve eaten it
    like a bad candy,
    taken it into your mouth,
    let it melt sweetly on your tongue,
    then allowed it to slide down your throat
    like the reverse of uttering,
    a word dissolved
    into its glottals and sibilants,
    a slow intake of breath—

    And now it’s in you, secrecy.
    Ancient and vicious, luscious
    as dark velvet.
    It blooms in you,
    a poppy made of ink.

    You can think of nothing else.
    Once you have it, you want more.
    What power it gives you!
    Power of knowing without being known,
    power of the stone door,
    power of the iron veil,
    power of the crushed fingers,
    power of the drowned bones
    crying out from the bottom of the well.

    — Margaret Atwood, Secrecy  (via ofhounds)

  11. "I adore the struggle you carry in yourself. I adore your terrifying sincerity."
    — Anaïs Nin in a letter to Henry Miller (via viperslang)

    (via englishmajorinrepair)


  12. "I write because I like to write. I find joy in the texture and tone and rhythm of words. It is a satisfaction like that which follows good and shared love."
    — John Steinbeck (via writingquotes)

    (via englishmajorinrepair)

  13. (Source: sheldony, via penguinpenguout)


  14. "The idea that sex is something a woman gives a man, and she loses something when she does that, which again for me is nonsense. I want us to raise girls differently where boys and girls start to see sexuality as something that they own, rather than something that a boy takes from a girl."
    — Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie  (via thewastedgeneration)

    (Source: try-so-to-live, via silverlullabies)


  15. do you solemnly swear to stay in your lane, your whole lane, and nothing but your lane

    (Source: alegbra, via penguinpenguout)