when you had nothing else to give
you still gave him love

Elaine | 17 | Texas

I am a high school senior, writer, editor, incorrigible Francophile, precocious philosopher, Gregory Peck fanatic, sock aficionado, and art history geek, with an interest in pursuing economics. Mango smoothies are my coffee. This blog is multi-fandom, very random, and not spoiler-free.

"A perfect world is achieved by giving up a perfect world."

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Watching: Nothing Much to Do, Barakamon, Psycho-Pass 2
Reading: One Hundred Years of Solitude
Playing: Bioshock Infinite
Working On: College apps, high school

awkwardsituationist:

spring night — one hour worth
a thousand gold coins;
clear scent of flowers,
shadowy moon.
songs and flutes upstairs — threads of sound;
in the garden, a swing,
where night is deep and still.

su tung-p’o (1037-1101ce)

photos by atomiczen in new zealand’s lake tekapo and tazmania’s cradle mountain

❝ I’ve always assumed that history is fully as speculative a discipline as writing science fiction. Our narrative of history changes as we go along, and hundred years from now, the deep past—assuming that technology continues to emerge at the same rate—the deep human past that those people will be able to see will be quite unrecognizable to us. ❞

- William Gibson [x] (via edwardspoonhands)

cescedes:

Jesus told them another parable: The kingdom of heaven is like a man who sowed good seed in his field. But while everyone was sleeping, his enemy came and sowed weeds among the wheat, and went away.

thehttydblog:

jackthevulture:

Imagine Hagrid going to Berk.

Imagine it.

Bearded men the same size as him.

Dragons of every shape and size.

IMAGINE HAGRID ON BERK.

Yer a Viking Hagrid.

get to know me meme: [3/5] protagonists → Tsunemori Akane

"It’s not the final judgment of good and evil that’s important. What matters is that you come to that decision yourself. That you agonize over it and eventually accept it."