A Girl Named Pie

Once upon a time, there was a girl.
oh, my pretty arsonist
let me clasp you close to me
rip your clothes with my teeth and tear them into confetti
to scatter as we kiss
…all I see is stars
oh, my pretty arsonist
let me clasp you close to me
rip your clothes with my teeth and tear them into confetti
to scatter as we kiss
…all I see is stars

giggleswan:

get to know me meme : [4/5] favorite actorsChris Evans

If you could look back and talk to your twelve year old self, what advice would you give? You know what I would say? And it might seem over simplified, but it’s profound. I’d say shhhh. It’s been a big thing for me, shhhh. It’s so funny how noisy my brain is, and everyone’s brain is noisy. That’s what it does. It makes thoughts. And the problem I think, in most of our lives, the root of suffering is following that brain noise and listening to that brain noise and identifying with it as if that’s who you are. That’s just the noise your brain makes. And more often than not, it probably doesn’t have much to say that’s gonna help you.

Marry Me.

(no, srsly. I think you would like me allot too)

(via dailychrisevans)

In Case of Inspiration Emergency: Distort Your World

lettersandlight:

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Whether you’re a planner or not, there’s one thing every writer will need as they prepare for NaNoWriMo: inspiration. We’ve challenged some of our favorite authors and the NaNo staff to inspire you by sharing what’s inspired them… and challenging you to prepare a specific jumpstart for that inevitable idea drought:

The Inspirer: Lauren Harsma, NaNoWriMo Communications Captain

The Inspiration Sources:

The Jumpstart: Write a short history of your setting, and include something unexpected. Maybe your setting’s high school is a brand new one, recently built and unfamiliar to everyone in the student body. Maybe the family home your main character is reluctantly returning to was one she helped her grandfather build when she was young. Maybe the forest on the edge of town is full of silent, watchful unicorns…

Why This Will Inspire You: The most important thing I try to do when I write is create a new reality. Not necessarily anything drastic—just something strange enough that it can be immediately categorized as fiction. 

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The purpose of relationship is not to have another who might complete you, but to have another with whom you might share your completeness.

Neale Donald Walsch (via emotional-algebra)

(via losing-every-extra-pound)

pastel-prose:

arthetic:

“One question: are you here ‘cause you need someone, or ‘cause you need me? Forget it, I don’t care.”
Say Anything (1989)

pale blog

“ She’s gone. She gave me a pen. I gave her my heart, she gave me a pen.”

pastel-prose:

arthetic:

One question: are you here ‘cause you need someone, or ‘cause you need me? Forget it, I don’t care.

Say Anything (1989)

pale blog

 She’s gone. She gave me a pen. I gave her my heart, she gave me a pen.”

"I closed my mouth and spoke to you in a hundred silent ways."

-Rumi