all of my love poems
are for you
because phone calls and letters
so often fall short.
And hopping on a plane
isn’t an easy solution
to missing you suddenly
at 1 a.m.
Sometimes poetry
is the easiest way
to bring you here
beside me.
by Galaxies | Lora Mathis 

Thanks for the love poem, Mindy. Here’s one for you.  (via

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Demons | Hundredth

The Story So Far | May.
My edit, not my photo.
You laugh and I can’t breathe.
by Six Word Story #30 by absentions (via heldenkotze)

(Source: absentions, via halfyoursalways)

"What do you think killed the most people in history? It wasn’t explosives or drugs. It was information. To know is to die."

— Alice, Kamisama no Memochou

(Source: empty-bucket, via sudwalla)

I think the scariest thing about falling in love is that there’s always an opportunity to fall out of it. There is no signed contract, no promises that can’t be broken, no guarantees that that person will stick around and that scares me to death. One day, they can just wake up and be over your little weird habits, and the way you say the letter “I.” They’ll realize you’re selfish, they’ll realize they deserve so much more. And that’s the scariest thought I’ve ever had.
by this is so personal i’m going to be sick (via brennanat)

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Understanding that people are always a worse version of who they want to be is a way of loving them.
by Spencer Madsen, from You Can Make Anything Sad (Publishing Genius Press, 04.14)

(Source: mcnallyjackson, via irruptions)


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