Tragedy/Comedy

katejustkate:

your mom asks who i’m dating now and she’s folding her laundry drunk
you take the rest of the bottle of wine and say we can walk to the party from here
i try to tell you the stars above your house seem more clear and numerous than anywhere else 
without it sounding romantic but like
the stars are so beautiful above your house i forgot that they were dying

in the driveway everyone’s shadow is tall and you look nervous and you
tell me to drink more wine and i tell you it’s gonna be fine

and tomorrow morning you will ask me which one of those boys you should text back
and tomorrow afternoon i will watch a movie where the protagonist
reminds me too much of you
and i have to shut it off halfway through 
because i know she dies at the end

'i hope he's as good looking tomorrow as he seemed tonight'
i hope so too, i hope so too 

we walk home at 1:30 and i am so drunk you worry you’ll have to carry me
i used to carry you when we were 14 so you owe me some time
to get myself together because things are very overwhelming 
i am in love too often to be conscious for all of it

i keep thinking when we’re on this street of the time we pretended
to walk your dog so your mom wouldnt know you were on the phone
with your 19 year old boyfriend 
when we got back she was passed out on the counter and you laughed
'she wouldnt have noticed anyway'

i think i accidentally laughed too
i tell myself i was only trying to help
the stars are so beautiful above your house i forgot that we were dying


vilicity:

Color Study: Yellows & Whites

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lensbetweenus:

Australia, Sea Life Sydney Aquarium May 18, 2014 

lensbetweenus:

Australia, Sea Life Sydney Aquarium May 18, 2014 


I need you like water in my lungs.
Brand New, “Play Crack the Sky”



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PSA NEW ICON 

I haven’t changed it for five months because I still love it just as much(credit: Petra Collins)

whorchacha:

whorchacha:

PSA NEW ICON 

I haven’t changed it for five months because I still love it just as much
(credit: Petra Collins)

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