When I sing...
lolsofunny: at home: when my favorite song play on the radio: in the shower: in the computer: if someone asks me to sing:
If I want someone, they don't want me. If someone...
Are you ready to cut off your head and place your foot on it? If so, come;...– Abu Hamid Al-Ghazzali
I have to be more careful about my memories, I have to be sure they’re my own...– Margaret Atwood, Surfacing (via blogut)
I love thee with the breath, smiles, tears of all my life.– Elizabeth Barrett Browning
If a man should importune me to give a reason why I loved him, I find it could...– Michel Eyquem de Montaigne
Sometimes, I even try to imagine what it would be like to see him again. Which...– Alexandra Potter, You’re The One That I Don’t Want (via simply-quotes)
But there’s a story behind everything. How a picture got on a wall. How a scar...– Mitch Albom (via kittekati)
With what a deep devotedness of woe I wept thy absence - o’er and o’er again...– Thomas Moore (via brokenmachine)
purecommelor: spinning like a ghost on the bottom of a top, i’m haunted by all the space that i will live without you. by Richard Brautigan
One can be the master of what one does, but never of what one feels.– Gustave Flaubert, the New Shelton wet/dry (via nevver)
: Aristotle →
by Billy Collins This is the beginning. Almost anything can happen. This is where you find the creation of light, a fish wriggling onto land, the first word of Paradise Lost on an empty page. Think of an egg, the letter A, a woman ironing on a bare stage as the heavy curtain rises. This is the very beginning. The first-person narrator introduces hirnself, tells us about his...
15 Wonderful Words With No English Equivalent →
commanderspock: nevver 1. Zhaghzhagh (Persian) The chattering of teeth from the cold or from rage. 2. Yuputka (Ulwa) A word made for walking in the woods at night, it’s the phantom sensation of something crawling on your skin. 3. Slampadato (Italian) Addicted to the infra-red glow of tanning salons? This word describes you. 4. Luftmensch (Yiddish) The Yiddish have scores of words to...
Do you know what happens, Princess, when a dream comes true and you feel your joy bubbling over into wide grins, happy dances, and shrieks of “Holy @#$%!!” and the like? Your energy actually spills over into the oceans of time and reaches into the past where it laps upon the shores of a former here and now, infusing a former unsuspecting self (who is still merrily living their life due to...
At the end of the day there remains what remained yesterday and what will remain...– from The Book of Disquiet by Fernando Pessoa (translated by Margaret Jull Costa)
There are far better things ahead than any we leave behind.– C.S. Lewis (via girlwithoutwings)
Somewhere unwritten poems wait, like lonely lakes not seen by anyone.– Anna Kamieńska in her notebook (1968), from Astonishments (translated by Grażyna Drabik and David Curzon)
Risks must be taken because the greatest hazard in life is to risk nothing.– Leo Buscaglia (via kari-shma)