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The Girls Are Always Hot & The Beer Is Ice Cold

You are a terribly real thing in a terribly false world, and that, I believe, is why you are in so much pain. ~ The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls by Emilie Autumn

Gods power and awesomeness can be seen, heard, felt, and smelled during thunder storms.

I love thunderstorms. Because sometimes nature can't handle the pressure. Because sometimes the sky explodes. I relate.

But you do.

❝In your life, you meet people. Some you never thing about again. Some, you wonder what happened the them. There are some that you wonder if they ever think about you.

thecolorsofmymind:   GPOY

This is beautiful. It expresses so many of my own thoughts and then comforts them with a beautiful metaphor. Be water. My pisces heart just got goosebumps!

Pablo Neruda, I may have already pinned this, but I love it

"I love you as certain dark things are to be loved. In secret, between the shadow and the soul" - Pablo Neruda quote

we come from a story and will end as a story...reminds me of inkheart, everything is a story, then why not spend our lives reading other stories?

mountainairedreaming: Mountainaire Dreaming (coffeepearlsandpoetry)

Luna Belle

This love, it is true. There was a reason she loved the moon so much . It was because the moon didn't critisize her , didn't talk bad to her . The moon just watched and gave off light .


You said 'never forget me' as if the coast could forget the ocean or the lung could forget the breath or the earth could forget the sun.


Her mind wanders and she wonders if she will ever get a good night's sleep again, without all the swirling thoughts keeping her awake night after grueling night

Romantic Universe poem written by Christopher Poindexter Love Poetry Literature Soulmates Stars Scientists Enlightenment Spirit Science Mind Body Soul


"You," he said, "are a terribly real thing in a terribly false world, and that, I believe is why you're in so much pain.


She is madness, sanity. She is hell, and paradise - Ellen Hopkins