Rage Day

deadsensescompany:

"Rage Day"

Sometimes I just have those days
Where everyone should stay away
Where the slightest thing you say
Will be the cause of me to break your face.

You better keep clear during these times
I promise to exhibit obvious signs.
I’ll hiss and I’ll growl; I’ll snicker and snear.

itsconsumingme:

Its an obession 

itsconsumingme:

Its an obession 

(via bluerainfall-thunder)

What would it be like
to live in a library
of melted books.

With sentences streaming over the floor
and all the punctuation
settled to the bottom as a residue.

It would be confusing.
Unforgivable.
A great adventure.

Anne Carson (via avvfvl)

(Source: larmoyante, via brouhahamagazine)

When They Say I Was Quiet in Class

writingsforwinter:

The woman on the street corner has a spine tattoo

that would make anyone weep if read backwards,

something about having a three-way

with a pair of ghosts who never quite figured out where home was.

The first night I crossed the equator I remembered the dream in which

I was given the wrong pair of hands and they always wanted to raise

Do you think, because I am poor, obscure, plain, and little, I am soulless and heartless? You think wrong!—I have as much soul as you,— and full as much heart!

Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bronte (via caitlinvsshark)

(Source: altsam, via brandon-schwartzel)

Next time I get to be the robber,
the one breaking down walls and
shoplifting hearts without paying
for them with love of my own.
Next time I get to be the one who
finishes rich in being wanted, and
not the one left poor and empty
handed and broken hearted.

anne, always the heartbroken never the heartbreaker (via anneisrestless)

(via anneisrestless)

woods-spirit:

gorgonetta:

[Painting of Death as a spectral nanny taking a child and infant away from their bereaved family.  A detail shows the family’s house number is 1918.]

I never realized this until seeing the detail, but this painting is most likely about the flu pandemic.

this is scary

(Source: ex0skeletal, via xlikegold)

blua:

Marc Johns

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(via iwittythefool)