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This is where the mountains crumbled
for the first time.
This is where we found a pile of rocks
and pretended we knew something about rebuilding.
Are you still sorry about any of it?
Let’s forget about the candles we left on all night.
Let’s forget about all those clouds we ran from.
Baby, the storm was us the whole time,
and you have to promise to tell me when the
monsters stop showing up here.
I can’t remember the last time I was destroyed,
but I have a feeling it was all in my head.
Maybe these poems were never about how many
people got their hands on my heart,
but whose blood was on my own fingertips.
I don’t know what the war tasted like,
but I remember the graveyard after.
If I survived before, it wasn’t the right way.
If I survived before,
it means I can do it again differently.
Do these pieces of wood everywhere
means someone is building is something or
someone is destroying something?
Maybe the important thing is that it doesn’t matter.
Maybe the important thing is that it is our choice
what to make of it.

—Y.Z, the reminders we never had (via rustyvoices)

(via psych-facts)

Anonymous asked: Is it possible to worry about something so much, you start to believe it's true?

psych-facts:

Though I am not a professional, I do think believe that it’s true. When you start to worry about something, that something becomes your focus. When you focus on something a lot, it becomes the lens through which you see the world. 

What do you guys think? Feel free to share your thoughts in the reply of this post below.

sadqueerpunk:

endlesssorcererushiromiya:

sadqueerpunk:

i think it’s so cute when straight people think they’ve never met a queer person. that’s adorable. you’re adorable.

I think it’s cute when people blame straight people for being born.

you’re right!! that’s exactly what i said in my post!!! reading comprehension a+ i’m so proud

(via billie-willie)

surprisebitch:

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yes, that is britney spears, (who has sold more than 200 Million records, has six #1 albums, 2 diamond albums, has more than 400 awards, and is worth 200 million dollars) waiting in line to be served at starbucks wearing pyjamas

(Source: surprisebitch, via disagreed)