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DEAR TINY DICTATOR We drank bad coffee and read old books & waited for the world to end

Faith is a torment. It is like loving someone who is out there in the darkness but never appears, no matter how loudly you call.

Matching my makeup to my magazine to my dinosaurs

Matching my makeup to my magazine to my dinosaurs

#yen   #lorde   #orange  
Might just go live in this bathroom.  Probably the loveliest room I’ve ever seen.  (Picture taken from Conor Graham’s website, but no credit given).

Might just go live in this bathroom.  Probably the loveliest room I’ve ever seen.  (Picture taken from Conor Graham’s website, but no credit given).

I think when I was young I imagined my 20s would look like this. 

I think when I was young I imagined my 20s would look like this. 

(Source: atallshipandastar)

“You’ve got to deal with what you’ve got. You don’t have an ideal collection of material every time out.”

John McPhee (via theparisreview)
#writing  

(Source: sassyscans)

Before the bodies were pressed #summer #flowers

Before the bodies were pressed #summer #flowers

#summer   #flowers  
Singing ‘heart of gold’ in a super amazingly lovely fashion #tavigevinson

Singing ‘heart of gold’ in a super amazingly lovely fashion #tavigevinson

Silly billy #billycollins #poetry

Silly billy #billycollins #poetry

lippedlove:

there’s a lot goin’ on here. time to de-clutter my room!

lippedlove:

there’s a lot goin’ on here. time to de-clutter my room!

(via cultqueen)

theparisreview:

“Literature has played a dual and contradictory role in my life. The act of writing appeases one’s memories and eases the act of forgetting. When I write, I make my memories tangible, and in this way I can get rid of them. On the other hand, writing is but a ploy to convulse memory back into life. And the more I write, the more my memories return to inhabit me.” —Jorge Semprún

theparisreview:

“Literature has played a dual and contradictory role in my life. The act of writing appeases one’s memories and eases the act of forgetting. When I write, I make my memories tangible, and in this way I can get rid of them. On the other hand, writing is but a ploy to convulse memory back into life. And the more I write, the more my memories return to inhabit me.” —Jorge Semprún