If it needs to
be done tomorrow
then i have an
eternity do it
the sun hasn’t
felt like rising
for a couple weeks now
and that’s nobody’s business

(via wearetheneonlights)


The stars stayed silent
As the lovers they had crossed
Fell before their feet.

Heaven makes mistakes;
This world is not all
Juliets and Romeos.




There’s a sweater I once loved
crumpled on the floor

I watch it
waking from a dream

a dead man smiled
an ex-boyfriend scowled

I always run
then remember the morning

There is hunger
but too far from me

I wait in the sticky sheets
for someone to tell me to get up  

(Source: closetwolf, via wearetheneonlights)



  • people who are gay can be assholes
  • people with eating disorders can be assholes
  • people with mental disorders can be assholes
  • people who self harm can be assholes
  • people who are disabled can be assholes
  • people who have diseases can be assholes

do not excuse people for being assholes because something is wrong with them or have a hard life

id like to take a moment to thank our lord and savior for this post

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You would think that teenagers would be the rudest customers when really it’s mostly old, middle-aged people. 

(via radiantlikethesun)


how do people even put up with me like i cant even put up with me

(Source: subtle, via lindsayazer)


"let it be"

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"I started promising myself to
never stay anywhere I’m not
very much wanted. I have too
many scars to be breaking
my bones to fit into places
that weren’t made to fit me."

anne, maybe I always feel out of place because I’m always placing myself where I don’t belong. (via floorboardcreak)

(via punkrvck)


the worst thing is when someone insults you and they’re right 

(via lindsayazer)

"It hurts that you never apologized."

4:57 p.m. (Apologies)

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Talk to your kids about reading today. Before it’s too late.

(Source:, via negrito-bimbo)

Who do I serve? Who is my King? Who dwells in my Heart? - The maker and perfecter of my faith, my heart, my life… Jesus Christ. He is all powerful. That means, without question, without doubt, without wonder—- No person is too hard, no spirit is too lonely, no heart is too broken, no mind is too distracted, no direction is too lost, no emotion is too intense, no experience is too damaging, no sin is too great, no fall is too hard, no wall is too high, no barrier is too solid, no shackle is too tight, no past is too messy, no wrist is too scarred, no stomach is too empty, no mouth is too dirty, no feet are too tired, no tear is too pained, no struggle is too great, no weight is too heavy, no mistake is too far, and nothing… nothing… nothing… Could make Him love you any less than immaculately, majestically, intensely, perfectly and wholly. Not one label, not one brand, not one mark nor one scar could keep His love from you. “I can’t restore you” is not in His vocabulary. “I will restore you” is His promise. “It’s too hard, too deep, too far to fix” is not in His vocabulary. “My grace is sufficient for You, through my sacrifice you have been made whole” is His promise. “I have had enough, I’m out of here” is not in His vocabulary… “I will never leave you, nor forsake you” is His ultimate promise. My prayer for you is that you will come to know His truth for your life, and become blind to the lies of the world. For you are destined for greatness and breakthrough, thanks to our Almighty, Wonderous, Grave-Conquering King!

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I dunno it just makes me a little sad to see that so many people think we, as Christians, give up pleasure in this life (for an afterlife that may or may not even be guaranteed). For one - I don’t give up the worldly things for an afterlife. And the small amount of things that I do give up make the room needed for things that create REAL joy and love and peace. Like, I’m not giving up pleasure or anything positive; I’m just ridding myself of some negative thoughts and becoming happy in a way that I can share it. Seems like the opposite of “giving up pleasure in this life,” to me. I’m definitely gaining it.