giniqua:

So I did the ColourPod thing! Order of palettes from top to bottom:

  1. Untitled - Submitted by JewelyCat
  2. Untitled - Submitted by draaaaaaaaaagonmother
  3. Vacancy - Submitted by Nico
  4. Omega Ruby - Confirmed
  5. Marcie - From (x)
  6. Incoming - Submitted By
  7. A Fire in Space - Submitted by hugsohugs

metaphorformetaphor:

This yearning for new and distant scenes, this craving for freedom, release, forgetfulness — they were he admitted to himself, an impulse towards flight, flight from the spot which was the daily theatre of a rigid, cold, and passionate service.

Thomas Mann, “Death in Venice,” Death in Venice: And Seven Other Stories (Vintage, 2010)

metaphorformetaphor:

And I, infinitesimal being,
drunk with the starry
void,
likeness, image of
mystery,
felt myself a pure part
of the abyss,
I wheeled with the stars,
my heart broke loose on the wind.

Pablo Neruda, from “Poetry,” Neruda: Selected Poems (Houghton Mifflin, 1990)

madelinebestesart:

tropical city island

minneapolis

logisticals:

Ϟ GLOW ME A KISS Ϟ

SDCC 2013 - SDCC 2014

allthingseurope:

Sa Calobra, Majorca, Spain (by Alfonso Yus)

pleasestopbeingsad:

Page 4 of my webcomic The Nothing Years is up.

Introducing: school + social anxiety! I meant to have it more detailed, but then I got sick and I had to decide between skipping an update or toning it down, so I’ll expand more on social anxiety and how it affected me in page 5.

Nothing triggering or offensive in this update.

chicagno:

oh i think i will animals

"During the first season I had pitched a storyline where Samira and I fall in love. The Nicky and Poussey affair! I pitched it mostly because I wanted to spend more time with her." - Natasha Lyonne (x).

impactprincess:

fintonmusic:

supahjewelz:

I thought we were having a moment…you ruined it

I’m crying

Omgomg

livebloggingmydescentintomadness:

handsssalloverr:

hawkgrl:

the whole idea of daddy issues makes me so uncomfortable? like your father abandoned you, you had a bad relationship with him or he abused you and we created a term to shame, humiliate and laugh at you for dealing with the emotions that come with that

this needs more notes

it’s like it’s a way of taking the blame off of men and putting it on their children like it’s their fault for getting their feelings hurt