don’t read too deeply into the things I say. you might drown.

fool me once shame on you. fool my best friend and you’re dead meat.

Everyone has the heartbreak that shapes them in a way that they could never go back to the innocence that they had before. – Zooey Deschanel

 

I absolutely love the begining of winter. The scarves, the blankets, leafless trees, seeing your breath in the morning, curling up with a book or headphones when you get home, faux fur coats, gloves, apple crumble, cold being as excuse to cuddle, big socks and how everything’s just that bit more romantic. Really does make me happy.

 

Being cold and distant isn’t necessarily something negative. When you become distant, you usually are protecting the people around you, but you’re also protecting yourself from loss as well. When you seclude and bury yourself alone amongst the thousands of people you are surrounded by, you will never really experience a deep, sad disappointment the way you do with other people. Loneliness also brings great sadness, but sometimes it’s a painless way to live. Having deep, metaphysical conversations with yourself will often bring out your inner genius, having questions to many answers, writing, reading, never interacting with people. But at the same time, it is slow, painless suicide. Your mind has no space to go explore, communicate, or talk.. It will slowly breakdown and self-destruct. Night is a safehouse as I try to escape the daylight.

“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow men. True nobility lies in being superior to your former self.”

— Elijah Wood 

let it go – the
smashed word broken
open vow or
the oath cracked length
wise – let it go it
was sworn to
go

let them go – the
truthful liars and
the false fair friends
and the boths and
neithers – you must let them go they
were born
to go

let all go – the
big small middling
tall bigger really
the biggest and all
things – let all go
dear

so comes love

— e.e. cummings

Live every day like you’re Glen Coco.

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