Two weeks of wilderness begins today
thevirtualhermit: No one wants a gypsy bride People are wary of a girl With wandering eyes Glass slippers shatter with Confident strides What prince could love A woman who has seen Beauty beyond his castle walls?
mockingfey: not-good-with-computer: dykelykeaboss: precums: literally the best commercial I’ve ever seen crying like an idiot Holy shit. Woah. Fuck. Shit… gah that’s way too beautiful
titancia: Sometimes I feel invisible. Sometimes that’s okay. And sometimes it’s not.
I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you’re wonderful,...– Neil Gaiman (via havssol)
[The] average daydream is about fourteen seconds long and [we] have about two...– The Storytelling Animal – the science of how we came to live and breathe stories. (via explore-blog)
n. [Brit. wallesia] a condition characterized by scanning faces in a crowd looking for a specific person who would have no reason to be there, which is your brain’s way of checking to see whether they’re still in your life, subconsciously patting its emotional pockets before it leaves for the day.
thevirtualhermit: Pisa smelled like honeysuckles I plucked them on my way To the tower and carried The scent with me to the top It lingered on my skin and In my pockets long after I Boarded a train and headed To another town to sit In cold cathedrals and Stare at statues that made Others cry and others light candles I watched them pass In front of me and I didn’t feel Anything except the desire...
Every really good creative person…whom I have ever known has always had two...– James Webb Young, writing in his 1939 guide to producing ideas, articulates a timeless truth about the relationship between curiosity and creativity. (via explore-blog)
I’m a geek. I’m a writer. I spent all of my time in my childhood obsessing about...– Steven Moffat on his childhood. [complete interview here] (via nprfreshair)
Curiosity, creativity, discovery and wonder; they aren’t traits of youth,...– Bejamin Salka (via teachingliteracy)