"Do not make homes out of people. This will leave you
homesick and sad."
— Michelle K., Home (via felicefawn)
(Source: michellekpoems, via thebeautifulfriend)
"And it has been
of a year.
I have worn
under my sleeves,
on my thighs,
running down my cheeks.
This is what
looks like, my dear."
— Michelle K., It Has Been One Hell of a Year (via coffeestainedheart)
(Source: michellekpoems, via themazeofmars)
"Get out of bed, make a hot drink and go outside. You owe yourself that much. Maybe you still cry in far too many public bathrooms, but I swear, you stay a few seconds less every time. Smile at strangers if it’s all you can do, know that life doesn’t start when the sun rises or the credits roll but when you decide it’s time to go after what you deserve, and you deserve everything because we are alive both only once and a million times every day and every minute is something new to learn and someone new to love, and if it all crashes and burns as it so often does cling on to hope through it all and don’t ever ever ever let it go. Start your life again whenever you need to. Repeat after me: it is not yet the end. It is not yet the end. It is not yet the end."
— A Greater Reality (via wordsthat-speak)
"I miss how you wanted me."
— six word story, #18 (via lovelikewolves)
"Don’t make everyone know about your sadness."
— John Steinbeck (via whizard)
(Source: stxxz, via rafafafaaaa)
"As adults, we try to develop the character traits that would have rescued our parents."
— Alain de Botton (via fablenation)