Sensual Idiot

Listen to the flowers grow.
Home Letter to the girl that ate my skin Themes

“You loved a man who treated you like absinthe, half poison and half god.”

— Anais Nin   (via weareallgoingtoburninhellpt2)

“I take back what you have stolen,
and in your languages I announce
I am now nameless.
My true name is a growl.”

Always fighting back the urge to disappear quietly, one social outing can leave me drained for weeks, one comment, one sideways look - and then I seem to fall off the edge of the earth. I think how easy it would be to submerge myself into anonymity, stop promoting my books, stop going outside. Just sink down into myself, and dream like the last breath. 

lemonkittysquares:

Little Carlos doodle.  It’s just something he says but I always found his “A scientist is self sufficient” and “A scientist is always fine” to be pretty lonely. 

lemonkittysquares:

Little Carlos doodle.  It’s just something he says but I always found his “A scientist is self sufficient” and “A scientist is always fine” to be pretty lonely. 

“The greatest gift you can give someone is the space to be his or herself, without the threat of you leaving.”

— Kai, Lessons in Life #39 (via psych-facts)

sjaejones:

neuroticmarshmallow:

sexy inexplicable melancholy

I think the time is ripe to reblog this.

slimgiltsoul:

big dog. prints up here

slimgiltsoul:

big dog. prints up here

“We play video games to chase our ideal selves.”

— (via psych-facts)

“I believe pain breeds wolves
and joys give rise to moons.

We grow forests in our bones
so our memories can’t find us.

I believe we hide and haunt ourselves.”

Pavana पवन
(via somnolentsphinx)

WHEN YOU MEET: “You’re such a precious, beautiful wild child. I love the way that you roar through the night like machine gun fire. I adore the excitement that you bring to my life, your independence, and even your neuroses. I just love the sum of everything that makes you what you are..


WHEN YOU’RE DATING: “Woah, woah, woah, calm down. Why are you acting so crazy? Why can’t you respect MY feelings?”

“The commonly accepted “rule” that you should begin your novel with action has a flaw – and it’s a major one: What good is the action if it isn’t grounded in context that’s important to the story or draws you to the main character? It’s much, much better to start your story with tension, like a character conflict or a character who’s not getting what he wants. This gives the reader a reason to feel connected.”

— Brian A. Klems (via writingquotes)