Come Back Down
yeah, these nights feel so good - but this one's almost gone. (hell, I stopped the sunset in the middle of the day).
  • aseaofquotes:

Vladimir Nabokov, Invitation to a Beheading
  • aseaofquotes:

    Vladimir Nabokov, Invitation to a Beheading

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Lana Del Rey for VICE, rumoured to be on set of the Ultraviolence music video
  • Lana Del Rey for VICE, rumoured to be on set of the Ultraviolence music video

    (Source: lanadelreynow, via marina-del-cyrus)

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  • A$AP Rocky
    Ridin' (feat. Lana Del Rey)
  • marina-del-cyrus:

    this is the kinda song that i wanna play when i first get my own car. seriously just groovin down the high way then passin through mcdonalds like ridin with ma mc happy mealzzzzzzz

    (Source: vcrwheel)

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  • aseaofquotes:

Albert Goldbarth, “The Sciences Sing a Lullaby”
  • aseaofquotes:

    Albert Goldbarth, “The Sciences Sing a Lullaby”

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  • "It’s not my responsibility to be beautiful. I’m not alive for that purpose. My existence is not about how desirable you find me."
    Warsan Shire (via quotes-shape-us)

    (via face--the--strange)

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  • And I drank up all my money
    Tasted kinda lonely

    (Source: deepblueskyy / Tove Lo)

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  • Ally Cupcake
    We Would've Broken Up Once You Heard This Song Anyway
  • snow-christina:

    We Would’ve Broken Up Once Heard This Song Anyway - Ally “Cupcake” Burnett

    "If you wanna be broken, be broken. I won’t dare try to mend you again"

    Furious would be an understatement.

    [drop everything baby
    The bottle is calling
    You’re sinking, fall down, pass out.
    No you can’t feel a thing
    And if you start to honey,
    Just keep drinking.
    When I go, I’ll pack my bags,
    Won’t leave a note,
    No second chance.
    No that’s all we wrote.
    When I go, I won’t be back.
    Don’t ask me for a second chance,
    No. That’s all I wrote.]

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  • timeshaiku:

A haiku from the article:  The Demise of the Pen
  • timeshaiku:

    A haiku from the article: The Demise of the Pen

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  • rookiemag:

Way to Survive

Learning to love my body after sexual assault. By Arabelle. Illustration by Kelly.
  • rookiemag:

    Way to Survive

    Learning to love my body after sexual assault. By Arabelle. Illustration by Kelly.

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  • thegraceofaith:

    Broods – Never Gonna Change

    And I hate that I’m always so young
    Had me feeling like you were the one
    And it’s never gonna feel like it’s done.

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  • musiciseverythingbitch:

    Clean Bandit - Rather Be (feat. Jess Glynne)

    I would wait forever, exalted in the scene.

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  • Most of the time, I feel really content being single right now. And when I say single I don’t mean “dating” or even looking - at all. For the first time in 8 years, I feel no pull to find someone, or that I am somehow lacking or not living fully without someone by my side. I don’t doubt that one day I’ll be willing to open back up, I’m not plagued by fears of being alone. 

    But then I hear a song like this and I can’t help but miss that feeling of being completely, insanely, desperately and truly in love.

    so pay attention now, I’m standing on your porch screaming out

    and I won’t leave until you come downstairs.

    [it’s better to feel pain, than nothing at all.]

    (Source: Spotify)

  • rollingstone:

The 20 biggest summer songs of the Nineties are surprisingly grunge-free. Hear them now.
  • rollingstone:

    The 20 biggest summer songs of the Nineties are surprisingly grunge-free. Hear them now.

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  • Milky Chance
    Loveland (Bonus Track)
  • when-words-fade:

    Loveland (Bonus Track) - Milky Chance

    "she has flowers in her hair and you have flowers in your mouth/cause your heart is upside down/…/we were so, so in love."

     

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  • Sixty days ago I arrived at a beautiful rehab facility, still drunk from the night before and the first thing they did when I arrived was take my purse full of pills away from me. 
It’s been sixty days since I last took any sort of drug or took a sip of alcohol. That’s insane. I remember sitting in a meeting around 20 days thinking “fuck, there’s no way I’m going to make it to 30.”
Somehow I did, somehow I have strung together 60 days. Somehow I didn’t go running from rehab, even though I wanted to many times. Somehow, once I was out, I didn’t go pick up a bottle of whiskey that I know is sitting there for the taking, right around the corner. 
Some days I really want to scream and yell and wonder why I’m doing this to myself, and if everyone else knew how wrong it feels to be sober you all would be a bunch of alcoholics and pillheads right by my side. 

But most days I feel grateful, because I know that had I not stopped, had I not found a solution, I would have died. And for the first time in my life I can breathe easy, knowing that I’m no longer on my convoluted suicide mission. 
  • Sixty days ago I arrived at a beautiful rehab facility, still drunk from the night before and the first thing they did when I arrived was take my purse full of pills away from me. 

    It’s been sixty days since I last took any sort of drug or took a sip of alcohol. That’s insane. I remember sitting in a meeting around 20 days thinking “fuck, there’s no way I’m going to make it to 30.”

    Somehow I did, somehow I have strung together 60 days. Somehow I didn’t go running from rehab, even though I wanted to many times. Somehow, once I was out, I didn’t go pick up a bottle of whiskey that I know is sitting there for the taking, right around the corner. 

    Some days I really want to scream and yell and wonder why I’m doing this to myself, and if everyone else knew how wrong it feels to be sober you all would be a bunch of alcoholics and pillheads right by my side. 

    But most days I feel grateful, because I know that had I not stopped, had I not found a solution, I would have died. And for the first time in my life I can breathe easy, knowing that I’m no longer on my convoluted suicide mission. 

    (Source: duffysrehab)

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