Photo 17 Apr 766,253 notes illogicalbrilliance:

Kurt Cobain’s suicide note is one of the most real, terrifying, and beautiful things that I’ve ever read.

illogicalbrilliance:

Kurt Cobain’s suicide note is one of the most real, terrifying, and beautiful things that I’ve ever read.

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Quote 17 Apr 234,486 notes
Don’t ever compliment me by insulting other women. That’s not a compliment, it’s a competition none of us agreed to.
— (via endlesslyunamusing)

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Photo 17 Apr 169,380 notes kayleyhyde:

We all know that feeling, vending machine

kayleyhyde:

We all know that feeling, vending machine

Video 16 Apr 21,794 notes

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chubbycartwheels:

If there was ever a scene in a movie that needed a gif, it’s this.

Word.

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Photo 16 Apr 600 notes

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Photo 16 Apr 784 notes clementinevonradics:

littlefrenchyy:

#clementinevonradics understands me

This poem is from my book As Often As Miracles, which is for sale here.
Photo 16 Apr 2,228 notes itsserenwrap:

Excerpt from Home by Clementine von Radics

itsserenwrap:

Excerpt from Home by Clementine von Radics

Quote 16 Apr 876 notes
Love is like quicksand, you’re fucked before you even know you’re in it.
Photo 16 Apr 1,416 notes hisandherquotes:

everything you love is here

hisandherquotes:

everything you love is here

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Quote 15 Apr 26 notes
You can’t keep people the way you can keep old jewelry in your closet that your great grandmother gave you when you were 6. Our parents should’ve told us that when we were playing together on our bikes when we were 9. They should’ve looked out the window and reminded us that one day we will have to learn to grow in separate places. They should’ve hung up the phone when we called at 13 and said “she’s busy with homework” or “he’s out with friends” instead of ignoring the no phone after 9 pm rule. Our parents should have warned us that growing roots around each other wasn’t safe because one day we’d fall asleep in different time zones and we’d always feel like a part of us was left behind. You can’t hold onto people the way you can hold onto old photographs. Our parents forgot to mention how much our organs have in common with the people we’ll always love; sometimes we forget that they are apart of us until they are gone and we will never breathe quite the same again.
— Things our parents never told us

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