I didn't know there was going to be a test... | My son, be attentive to my words; incline your ear to my sayings. | I'm 18 and don't ever do anything remarkable |
Reblogged from clestroying  475,461 notes

dannnylawrence:

unlimitedgoats:

luxvriously:

My anaconda will consider it

My anaconda has, upon review of the information presented with it’s partners, decided that it, in fact, does not. My anaconda apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause and thanks you for your time.

Re: Your Anaconda,

Thank you for your consideration. Please keep my cover letter and resume in your files in case of any future openings. Good luck in all future endeavors.

Yours, etc.
A bunless hun

Reblogged from stolenwine  2,234 notes

I say that I love every part
of you, knowing precisely
what it is I mean to say.

"I love every part of you",
as in “I know I haven’t seen
every part of you, but I know
I will love them, when I
finally meet them.”

As in, “I know your heart can
get messy sometimes. I know,
because mine can, too. I am
good at holding things as
they fall apart. It is all soft
palms, here.

I will help you pick up the
pieces, every time, if you’ll
have me; if having those
shards of you recovered is
the thing you need from
this space we share.”

As in, “I know you will
inevitably say hurtful things,
and I know you will not
mean them. I know I will
not always be easy to
love, and I’m not sure I
know how to tell you that
I want everything you are.”

As in, “I will not let you be
the only one left. I will be
there to listen to you, even
when I don’t understand
you. I keep saying that stars
seem to be living beneath
your skin, and I want nothing
more than to fall further
into your sky.”

I say that I love every part
of you, knowing precisely
what it is I meant to say.

I love all your past and
all of your tomorrows; I
love the sky inside your
heart, with all its infinite
light.

I love you, whole.
Every single star.

By i’m trying to put it into words, Emma Bleker (via stolenwine)

Reblogged from pazrascon  85,317 notes

Someone once told me that human beings have three dimensions: how you see yourself, how others see you, and how you want others to see you. The closer the distance between the three dimensions, the more at peace you are and the more stable you become. By Marwa Rakha (The Poison Tree)