I learned to suffer in silence
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"I don’t want to kill anyone. I don’t like bullies; I don’t care where they’re from."

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implosia:

✿q’d✿

implosia:

✿q’d

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There are poems
inside of you
that paper can’t
handle.

— Y.Z (via criminalgod)

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quotes  

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“How do you pick up the threads of an old life? How do you go on, when in your heart, you begin to understand, there is no going back? There are some things that time cannot mend. Some hurts that go too deep.. that have taken hold.”

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fassys:

"We feel a lot of pressure about looking silly or appearing weak, whatever that means, or being a failure. You have to keep in your head: what’s the worst that can happen?"

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accidentalism:

Passengers byJohn Schabel


These close-up photographs of airline passengers awaiting takeoff are made from across the tarmac using a telephoto lens. The anonymous sitters are each tightly pinned in their oval porthole windows like the subjects of nineteenth century daguerreotypes-mementos of the departed before they disappear. Similarly, the uneasy conflation of proximity and distance recalls and expands upon the latent psychological tension in Walker Evans’ subway portraits, which were made with a camera hidden in the artist’s overcoat. Both haunting and melancholic, Schabel’s series is best understood as a poetic attempt to retrieve and rescue the world as it slips away-an apt metaphor for the photographic enterprise itself.

accidentalism:

Passengers byJohn Schabel

These close-up photographs of airline passengers awaiting takeoff are made from across the tarmac using a telephoto lens. The anonymous sitters are each tightly pinned in their oval porthole windows like the subjects of nineteenth century daguerreotypes-mementos of the departed before they disappear. Similarly, the uneasy conflation of proximity and distance recalls and expands upon the latent psychological tension in Walker Evans’ subway portraits, which were made with a camera hidden in the artist’s overcoat. Both haunting and melancholic, Schabel’s series is best understood as a poetic attempt to retrieve and rescue the world as it slips away-an apt metaphor for the photographic enterprise itself.

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MAN I LOVE MOVIES

everyone should post their ten most CRUCIAL CRUCIAL CRUCIAL-ASS movies, like the movies that explain everything about yourselves in your current incarnations (not necessarily your ten favorite movies but the ten movies that you, as a person existing currently, feel would help people get to know you) (they can change later on obviously).

  1. The Return of the King
  2. Amélie
  3. Stand by Me
  4. Hanover Street
  5. The Pianist
  6. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
  7. Love Actually
  8. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  9. Submarine
  10. Her

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demons:

Marines of the 2nd Marine Division under fire, November 1943

demons:

Marines of the 2nd Marine Division under fire, November 1943

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