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I like your energy. I love your legs. I long to see you.
—Virginia Woolf, from a letter to Vita Sackville-West  (via 090108)

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Vincent Van Gogh used to eat yellow paint because he thought it would get the happiness inside him. Many people thought he was mad and stupid for doing so because the paint was toxic, never mind that it was obvious that eating paint couldn’t possibly have any direct correlation to one’s happiness, but I never saw that. If you were so unhappy that even the maddest ideas could possibly work, like painting the walls of your internal organs yellow, then you are going to do it. It’s really no different than falling in love or taking drugs. There is a greater risk of getting your heart broken or overdosing, but people still do it everyday because there was always that chance it could make things better. Everyone has their yellow paint.
—Unknown  (via idioticteen)

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I bet you don’t remember half of the things I’ll never forget.
—(via ohlovequotes)

cons: I slept through my alarm and didn’t do my schoolwork
pros: I had the cutest dream though :x


It’s a funny thing coming home. Nothing changes. Everything looks the same, feels the same, even smells the same. You realize what’s changed is you.
—F. Scott Fitzgerald  (via versteur)

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If you hate the taste of wine why do you drink it till you’re blind


Vincent van Gogh, Plain Near Auvers, 1890


Vincent van GoghPlain Near Auvers, 1890

Today in therapy I had to create my safe place [mental image] and my wanderlust was pretty clear when the place that came to mind was on a train, or a bus or a plane. The truth is they are my safe places. The feeling of leaving somewhere, heading somewhere new, or even returning home are all ones I seem to enjoy whilst the world goes by me.
—Katrina Miles. (via lethopeholdyourheartx)
I have been thinking of how I want to be touched by you, with hands that will play me like piano keys, with fingers that will make a symphony out of me.
—Karese Burrows, Literary Sexts (via larmoyante)
Some periods of our growth are so confusing that we don’t even recognize that growth is happening. We may feel hostile or angry or weepy and hysterical, or we may feel depressed. It would never occur to us, unless we stumbled on a book or a person who explained to us, that we were in fact in the process of change, of actually becoming larger, spiritually, than we were before. Whenever we grow, we tend to feel it, as a young seed must feel the weight and inertia of the earth as it seeks to break out of its shell on its way to becoming a plant. Often the feeling is anything but pleasant. But what is most unpleasant is the not knowing what is happening. Those long periods when something inside ourselves seems to be waiting, holding its breath, unsure about what the next step should be, eventually become the periods we wait for, for it is in those periods that we realize that we are being prepared for the next phase of our life and that, in all probability, a new level of the personality is about to be revealed.
Alice Walker (Living By The Word)

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