Sing we for love and idleness,
Naught else is worth the having.

Though I have been in many a land,
There is naught else in living.

And I would rather have my sweet,
Though rose-leaves die of grieving,

Than do high deeds in Hungary
To pass all men’s believing.

Ezra PoundAn Immortality
“You mistake her name for the moon. Mistake porch lights for the stars. And sometimes they are. Her constellations lead me home, ten thousand shades of open, and if there’s one thing in this world I’ve ever known for sure is that this girl is gonna crush me like a small bug, leave me so fucking broken there’ll be body bags beneath my eyes from nights I cried so hard the stars died. But I’m like, go ahead, I’m all yours. I would kiss you in the middle of the ocean during a lightning storm cause I’d rather be left for dead than left to wonder what thunder sounds like. I’m not looking for someone to save me. Life rafts might keep you afloat but they rarely get you anywhere and I’ve got places I want to go. So break me in to, peel back my ribcage and cover every page of my heart with love poems that you will burn some day. The most fertile lands were built by the hands of volcanoes and I want to know what grows beneath the drone of hallmark and roses. I want your goodbye to feel like explosives, your lips a burning building without fire escapes. Your hips the gates of Hell if I know if Heaven exists. But this will do jus fine.”
Andrea Gibson (via goddamnbeautifull)
love me, love me not..

love me, love me not..

“Make my happiness- I will make yours.”
Mr Rochester
“It’s ridiculous how difficult a question can be when the answer means so much.”
Stephanie Perkins, Anna and the French Kiss

Ikea

You took me to Ikea and we tried out all the sofas trying to find the one with the perfect amount of sinkage, and you made me scrambled eggs in one of the kitchens and had to serve it in a casserole dish. And then we laughed when we opened up one of the cupboards and found all the plates. We wrote our names on all the chalkboards and inside all the little books that were for the children to fill with crayon drawings. And we took the Ikea pencils and made ties out of the paper metre rulers and you were surprised that I knew how to tie one up. And when we were in the bedrooms we lay down on all the beds and pretended to look through the bedside drawers when anyone else walked past.

This is the thing about us. It was so easy. 

sciencesoup:

You want to know something really brilliant? Light has a speed limit, so when we look out into space we’re really looking back in time - but this works both ways. Other galaxies can see us as we were in the past.
If a civilisation in a galaxy 65 million lightyears away trained a powerful-enough telescope on Earth, they could watch the dinosaurs go extinct. 

whoa.

sciencesoup:

You want to know something really brilliant? Light has a speed limit, so when we look out into space we’re really looking back in time - but this works both ways. Other galaxies can see us as we were in the past.

If a civilisation in a galaxy 65 million lightyears away trained a powerful-enough telescope on Earth, they could watch the dinosaurs go extinct. 

whoa.

philadelphicream:

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Tasty tasty (: