"I think about you. But I don’t say it anymore."
Marguerite Duras, Hiroshima, Mon Amour (1959)
"He had a new girl, and I told him she looked like Marilyn Monroe. He smiled because he thought I meant she was beautiful, and I smiled because I meant she looked like a corpse."
Jarod Kintz (via maladroittt)
"i could’ve been bleeding out on the floor, and you would’ve still taken my last bandaid for the papercut on your thumb."
the moment i knew i needed to leave you (via lypo—phrenia)
thenationalartgalley:

"Walk Off" by The National // The Summer, Poppy Field by Claude Monet
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daughterofhungryghosts:

before wearing pineapples on your clothing was trendy
eps-ilon:

high speed photography