whys:

6:06 a.m. after the blood moon

whys:

6:06 a.m. after the blood moon

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"you were last seen walking through a field of pianos. no. a museum of mouths. in the kitchen of a bustling restaurant, cracking eggs and releasing doves. no. eating glow worms and waltzing past my bedroom. last seen riding the subway, literally, straddling its metal back, clutching electrical cables as reins. you were wearing a dress made out of envelopes and stamps, this was how you travelled. i was the mannequin in the storefront window you could have sworn moved. the library card in the book you were reading until that dog trotted up and licked your face. the cookie with two fortunes. the one jamming herself through the paper shredder, afraid to talk to you. the beggar, hat outstretched bumming for more minutes. the phone number in the bathroom stall with no agenda other than a good time. the good time is a picnic on water, or a movie theatre that only plays your childhood home videos and no one hushes when you talk through them. when they play my videos i throw milk duds at the screen during the scenes i watch myself letting you go - lost to the other side of an elevator - your face switching to someone else’s with the swish of a geisha’s fan. my father could have been a travelling salesman. i could have been born on any doorstep. there are 2,469,501 cities in this world, and a lot of doorsteps. meet me on the boardwalk. i’ll be sure to wear my eyes. do not forget your face. i could never." - Megan Falley, “new york craigslist > personals > missed connections>” (via words-in-lines)

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sanfrancisco1967:

we-all-fall-in-love-sometimes:

Claude Monet, 1872 ~ "Lilacs in the sun"

 so pretty

sanfrancisco1967:

we-all-fall-in-love-sometimes:

Claude Monet, 1872 ~ "Lilacs in the sun"

 so pretty

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I have been wanting Houses of the Holy vinyl for the longest time and I’m at the goodwill to kill time and I found it and it’s in really good condition and I actually cried because it was such a strange coincidence but oh my god oh my god



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"Three o’clock in the morning. The soft April night is looking at my windows and caressingly winking at me with its stars. I can’t sleep, I am so happy." - Chekhov, Anton. About Love and Other Stories.  (via wordsnquotes)

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"Your name, merely your name, floods my brain to a point of sweet disgust." - Alfred De Musset  (via clumsiest)

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contemporary-art-blog:

Ugo Rondinone, Where do we go from here? 1999Contemporary-Art-Blog

contemporary-art-blog:

Ugo Rondinone, Where do we go from here? 1999
Contemporary-Art-Blog

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Anonymous: you are really really beautiful 


SO ARE YOU



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tagged: #message

chocolate almond milk ice cream
thank you god



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The Things You Let Me Keep (2014)

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swagadamus:

animeelite:

i really hate the attitude a lot of men have about how women are so different and mysterious and hard to understand, as if women are some kind of foreign species and not fellow human beings and then complain about women being unapproachable and ‘prude’ 

you don’t get to put me on a pedestal and then complain about me being out of reach

"you don’t get to put me on a pedestal and then complain about me being out of reach”

I’ve never heard wiser words.

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"One day I will find the right words, and they will be simple." - Jack Kerouac (via cureformylandlockedblues)

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"Even for me life had its gleams of sunshine." - Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

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