It is sometimes an appropriate response to reality to go insane.– Philip K. Dick, VALIS
Books have led some to learning and others to madness.– Petrarch
[[MORE]] There’s so much…depth to the air. The oddly empty, warm, brown taste of blood is in the back of my throat. I don’t actually know if I am ready for this sort of adventure. But the crickets are nice.
nepeta: mageofbutts: blingostarr: spiswatchingyou: i-steal-your-pantsu: videohall: Wow that’s amazing, I thought it was fake after seeing them draw on the paper. That alone is ingenious. what the hell oh my gOD i was already dead at the dance dance revolution part thaaat’s pretty cool i’m dying right now oh my god i need this in my life i need a replacement spacebar,...
[[MORE]] distractions please.
To seek freedom is the only driving force I know. Freedom to fly off into that...– (via candlejack)
Caught in the afterlife, I’ve gone too far When sorrow sang softly and...– When Sorrow Sang ~ Blind Guardian
I am a product of long corridors, empty sunlit rooms, upstairs indoor silences,...– C. S. Lewis, Surprised by Joy (via amorette)
[[MORE]] I shouldn’t have picked up that book again. I shouldn’t have spent three hours rereading it and falling into that world again as the sun hid behind the clouds and thunder grumbled at having to come visit while the first adventurous drops of water came tumbling out the sky. As the air became pregnant with heat and humidity, I tumbled as well, rolling back into a vast and...
Shenanigans and Fisticuffs!: World →
shenanigans-and-fisticuffs: A man told me when I was a young man That I was taking my first step into a larger world But how much larger is the real world From the so called hobbit hole of youth? Does the bullying stop? Do we start to realize that everyone’s one human being Or does status sink into your reality? Does your world reach past hypocrisy, do you stand up for the downtrodden Like your...