Oh the glory when you ran outside with your shirt tucked in and your shoes untied and you told me not to follow you.

miyazakimoonprincess:

Miyazaki/ Mucha/ Art Nouveau Inspired art by Pixiv user marlboro. Found on this article

whorchacha:

NYC // 2014

We talked death with burned-up intensity, both of us drawn to it like moths to an electric lightbulb, sucking on it.
Anne Sexton on talking with Sylvia Plath  (via mirroir)
nevver:

Watercolor New York, Stamen Design

nevver:

Watercolor New York, Stamen Design

razkushutinstva:

Japanese stamp from 1937

razkushutinstva:

Japanese stamp from 1937

Johnny said once, Eating with someone is really intimate
and it’s stuck with me. So I decline dates at restaurants
because he’s right and it’s too soon and, anyway,
maybe I’ll hate how these long-necked boys
who don’t know how to hold a fork eat. I’ve written
a lot of things for him, Johnny, more than he knows about.
I am 22 now so naturally I miss everyone.
I am 22 so I roll my eyes when someone says love.
Dad has the air conditioner all the way up but I’m still
waking up sweating. My brother has taken to degrading
women in that casual way that boys do—flick of the shoulder,
dark-eyed, he is my father in miniature, but I love him,
as sisters do, even if I don’t agree with his mouth.
I wanted this poem to go somewhere important
but I keep looking over my shoulder. I hate mornings.
I keep spilling my guts out to strangers on the internet,
and this is not the first time I waxed my legs for a boy.
We’re all fighting over who we’re going to take home
and I’m still pretending I can play the clarinet.
Everyone keeps complimenting my nail beds.
Remember mood rings? Mine stays black.
Kristina Haynes, “Johnny Said Once” (via fleurishes)

A Couple with their Heads Full of Clouds (1936) Painting by Salvador Dali
A Couple with their Heads Full of Clouds (1936) Painting by Salvador Dali
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