I am running away to America tomorrow so I have taken some sleeping pills to get me through the excitement/anxiety of tonight. If any of you feel so inclined as to give me your tips on things to do/see in: LA, San Fran, Seattle and New York City, please do! I’ll miss the cool nights of Brisbane winter and those who hold my heart here but I am looking forward to some new adventures in the coming...
And he loves her. He loves her like he can never grab enough of her between his...– Iain S. Thomas (via hellanne)
You only demand clarity because you’re too comfortable within your vagueness;...– Albert Camus, from Notebooks, 1951-1959 (via fuckyeahexistentialism)
A curtain of stars, miles of them, are scattered, glowing, across the sky and...– Brett Easton Ellis
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so I’ve built a wooden heart inside this iron ship, to sail these blood red seas and find your coasts. don’t let these waves wash away your hopes this war-ship is sinking, and I still believe in anchors pulling fist fulls of rotten wood from my heart, I still believe in saviours but I know that we are all made out of shipwrecks, every single board washed and bound like crooked teeth on...
Making the most of these rainy nights tucked up in these sheets and thoughts of this city.
I love her and that’s the beginning and end of everything.– F. Scott Fitzgerald about Zelda Fitzgerald in a letter to a friend dated Febuary 1920 (via goldenncontagious)
Two more sleeps until I board a plane and run away to America. I feel a little strange about the whole thing. I will miss you the most.
I’m miserable with you I’m more miserable without you A states...– Lemuria, Length Away
Weather to match moods.
Now all you can do is wait. It must be hard for you, but there is a right time...– Haruki Murakami (via farrahss)
The French have a phrase for it. The bastards have a phrase for everything and...– Raymond Chandler, The Long Goodbye
Once again in the world Of twelve hundred feelings All in electric lights We...– Even if love - Bonnie Prince Billy
I enjoy talking to you. Your mind appeals to me.– George Orwell, 1984 (via wurmwood)
I would like to watch you sleeping, which may not happen. I would like to...– Margaret Atwood - Variation on the word sleep