"How perfectly draining to at the same time always feel like far too much and yet never quite enough"

But we’re watching the television with no soundYou created a television of your mouth

But we’re watching the television with no sound
You created a television of your mouth

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I can see myself watching him shave every morning. And at other time I see us in that house and see how one bright day (or a day like this, so cold your mind shifts every time the wind does) he will wake up and decide it’s all wrong. I’m sorry, he’ll say. I have to leave now.

—Junot Díaz, This Is How You Lose Her  (via lovely—delight)

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You occupied my space. But because you were not in my present, when I looked into my future I saw… nothing. Isn’t that sad? And stupid?

—Jerry Spinelli, Love, Stargirl (via lovely—delight)

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Do it.
Get on the plane, get the train,
Walk 300 miles.
Get to her front door and tell her
“I know this is crazy
But I need you now.”
Our lives are too short to always be sensible,
Get the girl.
Distance makes no difference if your eyes light up when she laughs.

—FRS.  (via thatkindofwoman)

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The saddest people I’ve ever met in life are the ones who don’t care deeply about anything at all. Passion and satisfaction go hand in hand, and without them, any happiness is only temporary, because there’s nothing to make it last.

The difference
between being loved and being fucked
is I can’t remember how the first feels.
I come to bed quiet, kiss with my eyes closed,
hate how easily I touch you.

Find me the sweetest boy, with a heart
more hopeful than spun sugar on a hot day,
I will teach him the meaning of meaningless
nights. The whole time, every moment, wishing
he’d crack me open, rib by rib, to see
how I work. How I bleed.

—Clementine von Radics  (via lovely—delight)

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