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Can and will ruin your life

  • Of Montreal, from It’s Just So (via violentwavesofemotion)
  • "I don’t wonder why I love you, I don’t have to know. It’s just so. I adore you from your head down to your baby toe. It’s just so. Sometimes I get scared and hesitate because it seems strange to be so intimate. It makes me uncomfortable but I’ll get used to it. I don’t want to hide it now I need to let it show. It’s just so. When you hold me close I feel a warm and happy glow. It’s just so. Sometimes I’m unsure if you’re the one or my best friend who I’m clinging to. My feelings change so quickly so I’ll trust you to lead me."
  • guhrly:

    jessicaheatherhunter:

    I’ve ventured to my parents place for a week and on the way made a little stop at the gardens. I’m so grateful for my mom and our shared love of plants. Let’s just build a living room inside this sweet sanctuary and rest for a while. 🌿 (at Allan Gardens)

    x

    (via oceane-water)

  • Chelsea Fagan, Dear Beautiful Guys I Pass On The Street: I Love You (via feellng)

    (via feellng)

  • "It’s just this strange thing I do where I allow myself to briefly fall in love with another human being that I see on a train, or the sidewalk, or in a warm café."
  • Haruki Murakami, Kafka on the Shore (via feellng)

    (via feellng)

  • "Love can rebuild the world, they say, so everything’s possible when it comes to love."
  • Portia Nelson, “Autobiography In Five Short Chapters” (via feellng)

    (via feellng)

  • "

    Chapter One
    I walk down the street.
    There is a deep hole in the sidewalk.
    I fall in.
    I am lost …. I am helpless.
    It isn’t my fault
    It takes forever to find a way out.

    Chapter Two
    I walk down the same street.
    There is a deep hole in the sidewalk.
    I pretend I don’t see it.
    I fall in again.
    I can’t believe I am in this same place.
    But, it isn’t my fault
    It still takes a long time to get out.

    Chapter Three
    I walk down the same street.
    There is a deep hole in the sidewalk.
    I see it there.
    I still fall in … it’s a habit … but,
    my eyes are open.
    I know where I am.
    It is my fault.
    I get out immediately.

    Chapter Four
    I walk down the same street.
    There is a deep hole in the sidewalk.
    I walk around it.

    Chapter Five
    I walk down another street.

    "
  • Tall buildings & Shit

    (via eartheld)