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This song “Boys Like You” by @tanerelle is so freaking addictive 😩
This song “Boys Like You” by @tanerelle is so freaking addictive 😩
“He tells her that he doesn’t feel the same, but when her head is pressed against his chest, he can only hope that the sound of his heartbeat does not betray him.”
n.g. // excerpt from a book i’ll never write #19 (via coffeeandpoetrydarling)
“He tells her that he doesn’t feel the same, but when her head is pressed against his chest, he can only hope that the sound of his heartbeat does not betray him.” n.g. // excerpt from a book i’ll never write #19  (via coffeeandpoetrydarling)
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In 20 years, when my daughter asks me who my first love was, I’ll think of you. I will think of nights spent talking until the sun came up. I will think of the way your smile lit up my heart. I will think of the lessons you taught me, both before and after your broke my heart. And I will look down at my daughter and tell her your name, I’ll tell her how much I loved you, how dangerous it is to love somebody that much, how I had to learn to put myself back together again once you left. But I’ll also tell her that none of it matters as much as it did then, I’ll tell her that it doesn’t hurt the way it used to, I’ll tell her that it’s important to put your heart on the line even if it means breaking it somewhere along the way.
And I’ll tell her that you taught me one of the most important lessons you can ever learn: that you deserve someone who knows how to love you. ”
excerpt from a book i’ll never write #117
“ In 20 years, when my daughter asks me who my first love was, I’ll think of you. I will think of nights spent talking until the sun came up. I will think of the way your smile lit up my heart. I will think of the lessons you taught me, both before and after your broke my heart. And I will look down at my daughter and tell her your name, I’ll tell her how much I loved you, how dangerous it is to love somebody that much, how I had to learn to put myself back together again once you left. But I’ll also tell her that none of it matters as much as it did then, I’ll tell her that it doesn’t hurt the way it used to, I’ll tell her that it’s important to put your heart on the line even if it means breaking it somewhere along the way. And I’ll tell her that you taught me one of the most important lessons you can ever learn: that you deserve someone who knows how to love you. ” excerpt from a book i’ll never write #117 
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There she was, at 4am, in your bed. You loved her then, didn’t you? She was wearing your duvet like a cape, with her head poking out. She loved you back; she really did. 
You said, “I don’t know what to do. I’ve never met anyone like you.” She said simply, “kiss me.” So you did. You lifted her chin and kissed her mouth and swallowed her giggles whole. You felt her sunshine fill your lungs as she wrapped her arms around your neck. You felt the duvet fall as she leant forward. “Tell me a secret,” she said. 
She was always saying these things.
“I’ve told you everything already,“ you said. Your lips were on her neck.
“Tell me a secret,” she repeated. “Okay,” you sighed, “I love you.”
“Tell me a secret.“
“I’ve always loved you.”
”
S. Zhao (via blossomfully, tumblr)
“ There she was, at 4am, in your bed. You loved her then, didn’t you? She was wearing your duvet like a cape, with her head poking out. She loved you back; she really did. You said, “I don’t know what to do. I’ve never met anyone like you.” She said simply, “kiss me.” So you did. You lifted her chin and kissed her mouth and swallowed her giggles whole. You felt her sunshine fill your lungs as she wrapped her arms around your neck. You felt the duvet fall as she leant forward. “Tell me a secret,” she said. She was always saying these things. “I’ve told you everything already,“ you said. Your lips were on her neck. “Tell me a secret,” she repeated. “Okay,” you sighed, “I love you.” “Tell me a secret.“ “I’ve always loved you.” ” S. Zhao (via blossomfully, tumblr)
“I think I might always be in some kind of love with you.”
F. Cabanes (via bl-ossomed)
“I think I might always be in some kind of love with you.” F. Cabanes (via bl-ossomed)
“Date someone who meets you half way. Date someone who brings you a glass a water when they get themselves one. Date someone who makes sure you don’t spend money on ridiculous things. Date someone your ex hates and your mom loves. Date someone who’d rather spend a Friday night watching movies, than out with 50 people they barely even talk to. Date someone who sleeps on your chest and leaves a little puddle of drool. Don’t date someone who makes you leave oceans of tears.”
At the end of the day it’s the little things. (via offtheocean)
“Date someone who meets you half way. Date someone who brings you a glass a water when they get themselves one. Date someone who makes sure you don’t spend money on ridiculous things. Date someone your ex hates and your mom loves. Date someone who’d rather spend a Friday night watching movies, than out with 50 people they barely even talk to. Date someone who sleeps on your chest and leaves a little puddle of drool. Don’t date someone who makes you leave oceans of tears.” At the end of the day it’s the little things. (via offtheocean)
“1. No matter how much you wish or beg someone to stay, if they don’t want to stay, they won’t. People leave when they find that it will benefit them more to do so than stay by your side.
2. Even when it feels like it, caring is not a bad thing. You cannot care or love someone too much. It is their choice to love you back with such a passion that it is equal. If they do not, it doesn’t mean that you’re caring too much. Do not love less just to match someone else’s love. You deserve better than that. So love and care without limit. One day someone will love you the same way.
3. People are going to say things about you. Society is going to try to turn you into someone that fits their standards. People are going to assume things that aren’t true just because that’s what “most people would do” in your situation. You don’t have to follow the rules. People that matter, people that care, don’t want someone like everyone else. Different is good, no matter what people will think. It’s worth it.
4. Things get better. Life is always throwing things at you, some bad and some good. The good things make it worth it. Focus on that, no matter what. Living is worth it, getting out of bed and facing your fears is worth it. It may not feel like it, but as long as you know it, one day, you’ll believe it.”
dream-poet349, writing prompt #62: list 3-10 pieces of advice you’d give yourself (via wnq-music)
“1. No matter how much you wish or beg someone to stay, if they don’t want to stay, they won’t. People leave when they find that it will benefit them more to do so than stay by your side.
2. Even when it feels like it, caring is not a bad thing. You cannot care or love someone too much. It is their choice to love you back with such a passion that it is equal. If they do not, it doesn’t mean that you’re caring too much. Do not love less just to match someone else’s love. You deserve better than that. So love and care without limit. One day someone will love you the same way.
3. People are going to say things about you. Society is going to try to turn you into someone that fits their standards. People are going to assume things that aren’t true just because that’s what “most people would do” in your situation. You don’t have to follow the rules. People that matter, people that care, don’t want someone like everyone else. Different is good, no matter what people will think. It’s worth it.
4. Things get better. Life is always throwing things at you, some bad and some good. The good things make it worth it. Focus on that, no matter what. Living is worth it, getting out of bed and facing your fears is worth it. It may not feel like it, but as long as you know it, one day, you’ll believe it.” dream-poet349, writing prompt #62 : list 3-10 pieces of advice you’d give yourself (via wnq-music)
Parisian Night: she loves to be alone, dreaming of art galleries, reading love letters, dancing around her little apartment to soft jazz music, wearing only a satin kimono, sitting on the balcony while she stares at the night sky, lighting up a cigarette.
Parisian Night: she loves to be alone, dreaming of art galleries, reading love letters, dancing around her little apartment to soft jazz music, wearing only a satin kimono, sitting on the balcony while she stares at the night sky, lighting up a cigarette.
“He was more than the boring adjectives you’d use to describe someone. Sure, he was caring, sweet, and nice, but he was more than that. He was a walking bundle of joy, a soul that lit up an entire room when he walked in and made you smile, not at his jokes but about the way you saw yourself because he always made you feel beautiful. He cared a lot about his family and friends, he sees himself growing old with his best friends and stay being the boys they were and will always be. He bought flowers and chocolate, for no special occasion, just when he wanted to remind you how much he loves you or appreciates your presence in his life. He was someone you fell in love with and you couldn’t get out of his world, nor did you want to.”
Ming D. Liu (via mingdliu)
“He was more than the boring adjectives you’d use to describe someone. Sure, he was caring, sweet, and nice, but he was more than that. He was a walking bundle of joy, a soul that lit up an entire room when he walked in and made you smile, not at his jokes but about the way you saw yourself because he always made you feel beautiful. He cared a lot about his family and friends, he sees himself growing old with his best friends and stay being the boys they were and will always be. He bought flowers and chocolate, for no special occasion, just when he wanted to remind you how much he loves you or appreciates your presence in his life. He was someone you fell in love with and you couldn’t get out of his world, nor did you want to.” Ming D. Liu (via mingdliu)
“You were a beautiful time in my life, and if that’s all you’ll ever be then that’s okay. Not all art is destined to hang on the same walls forever.”
K. Towne Jr. (via wnq-writers)
“You were a beautiful time in my life, and if that’s all you’ll ever be then that’s okay. Not all art is destined to hang on the same walls forever.” K. Towne Jr. (via wnq-writers)
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In 20 years, when my daughter asks me who my first love was, I’ll think of you. I will think of nights spent talking until the sun came up. I will think of the way your smile lit up my heart. I will think of the lessons you taught me, both before and after your broke my heart. And I will look down at my daughter and tell her your name, I’ll tell her how much I loved you, how dangerous it is to love somebody that much, how I had to learn to put myself back together again once you left. But I’ll also tell her that none of it matters as much as it did then, I’ll tell her that it doesn’t hurt the way it used to, I’ll tell her that it’s important to put your heart on the line even if it means breaking it somewhere along the way.
And I’ll tell her that you taught me one of the most important lessons you can ever learn: that you deserve someone who knows how to love you. ”
excerpt from a book i’ll never write #117
“ In 20 years, when my daughter asks me who my first love was, I’ll think of you. I will think of nights spent talking until the sun came up. I will think of the way your smile lit up my heart. I will think of the lessons you taught me, both before and after your broke my heart. And I will look down at my daughter and tell her your name, I’ll tell her how much I loved you, how dangerous it is to love somebody that much, how I had to learn to put myself back together again once you left. But I’ll also tell her that none of it matters as much as it did then, I’ll tell her that it doesn’t hurt the way it used to, I’ll tell her that it’s important to put your heart on the line even if it means breaking it somewhere along the way. And I’ll tell her that you taught me one of the most important lessons you can ever learn: that you deserve someone who knows how to love you. ” excerpt from a book i’ll never write #117