As hard as I try, some nights I think of you, when there’s a cool autumn breeze carrying the promise of winter, and rain pounding at my window begging to be recognized. I always tried to be strong around you, solemn and sure like the lightening pulsing through the sky, independent and in-between. But instead, somehow I find myself lonely and aching, the thunder rumbling a sonnet of desire and distrust, a contradictory song of wanting you and hating you, a sharp steel blade with a tip as dull as the throb I feel in my chest when I think of you.
me everytime someone asks me why i ship my ships
I think people are too serious with the term love. I know most people feel the opposite, that it’s abused and used with everyone but what if it’s not? What if it was okay to fall in love with someone, just a little bit, every day? On the sidewalk when you meet eyes with someone beautiful, or when a stranger compliments the dress you’d felt insecure about all day, or when someone bothers to wait for a few seconds longer to hold the door for you. I’ve never been in love, not in the traditional sense, but I think I fall in love a little every day. Isn’t that worth something?
I dunno today I was thinking about this guy I know and how I feel like he’s really nice and sweet but will genuinely never end up with anyone and then I thought about what an awful thought that was and if that’s what some people think of me. It’s weird because people I have talked to or met offline or whatever are always all “I don’t understand how you’re single” blah blah blah and I’m sure it’s something to do with my confidence or what a raging bitch I come off as but I don’t know anyway the point is I miss kissing alright that’s all good night
I’m going to be severely disappointed if this guy with an interesting face, swooshy brown hair, and bow tie doesn’t get used for some sort of Eleven gag in this episode.
The Doctor: Ah, is this the boyfriend then?
Clara: Wha—! No, why would you..? (considers colleague thoughtfully) Oh, god.
The Doctor: (shrugs) Seems your type.
When does I love you
start feeling like a foreign phrase
how much time must pass
Is it weeks months or days
Do we still mean it if we no longer
Use it as a punctuation
Or does it simply slip away,
Written off as an infatuation?
"That’s why she’s the boss. A soldier so brave she doesn’t need a gun. She can keep the whole world safe."
Finn flirting with Rae
Hard to know what’s fixating and what’s fate. One’s one sided and one’s not?
20 Historical Photos (x)
If you don’t think that history is some of the most interesting shit ever, you can get out.