“It was that she truly believed you could be fourteen when you learned how love could change the speed your blood ran through you, how it made you dream in kaleidoscope color.”
You have a pen? Take a memo and write this down:
Once, I was loved, supremely with every fiber of someone’s being. They just never knew how to tell me.” —I Wrote This For You: The Business Of Breaking Things (via kari-shma) (via quote-book) (via lovebot) (via poeticheartache)
Idk why, but that episode was my favorite. hha
tall kings, grant me these wishes: unstring my bones;
let me be not one thing but all things, and wondrously
scattered; shake me free from my name. Let the wind, and
the wildflowers, and the catbird never know it. Let
time loosen me like the bead of a flower form its wrappings
of leaves. Let me begin the changes, let me—” —Mary Oliver (via awakeinthedream) (via awritersruminations)
is the minimum required to justify letting everyone down.” —
who the fuck is she? that is complete and total bullshit. what the fuck does she think depression is?
it is a total full scale collapse of not only your emotions but also of your ability to function mentally. it is a total inability to function as a person and it can lead to death.
i hate ignorance.
I nodded slowly. Something inside me went, Oh; it seemed like she’d just put into words something I’d been stumbling and stumbling over for I don’t know how long.” —A Love Story Starring My Dead Best Friend by Emily Horner