sarah. 23.

they might not need me; but they might.
i'll let my head be just in sight;
a smile as small as mine might be precisely their necessity.
- emily dickinson
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  • "I’ll never understand why funding for the arts is the first thing to get cut. Music is Math. Theatre is English. Tech is science. Dance is physical education. The arts are everything."
    Jay Armstrong Johnson (via opencurtains)

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  • inbetweenlove:

    1. of all the times we forgot the storm
    2. sometimes we forgot the storm
    3. there were times we forgot the storm
    4. always we forgot the storm
    5. when we forgot the storm
    6. how we forgot the storm
    7. in forgetting the storm
    8. i have lost my name so many times inside of you
    9. lost so many times inside of you
    10. i survived more than i have loved. 

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  • nosdrinker:

    we’re gonna be weird adults

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  • arunaea:

    journal (by · topographe)

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  • timelady-of-221b:



    Types of people who romanticize small town life:

    1. People who didn’t grow up in small towns



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  • Viz’s logos for Sailor Moon

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  • thisyoungdevotchka:


    holy fucking shit i’m so sick of seeing this post with the credit taken off it

    it’s a series by Tammy Rae Carland titled Lesbian Beds and deals with representation and intimacy really well and you’re stripping it of that just for your ~aesthetic~ holy fuck

    Tammy Rae Carland speaks about the Lesbian Beds series

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  • "A great relationship is about two things: First, appreciating the similarities and second, respecting the differences."
    (via laurenraelle)

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