: Nostalgia

herphilosophy:

I stare at these pictures
with frozen faces
lifeless
and I wish more than anything
they would come to life
and bring me back in time
to those memories
filled with laughter
filled with sheer joy

The yearning for those
infinite moments
burns so acutely in my chest
resounding in the walls
of…

I want to see all the parts of you, even the ones you are ashamed of.

asymmetries: Important things.

moderateclimates:

Sketches of fairies, the moon bright in the middle of a summer’s night, lavender on an autumn breeze, words that are softer than silk, freshly pressed skirts, cups of tea on the balcony, flowers picked from the little park by the harbour, caramel lattes on winter mornings, poetry at three in the…

(Source: moderateclimates)

owsposters:

Which Direction for the Country Makes More Sense?
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owsposters:

Which Direction for the Country Makes More Sense?

Download the high-def versions

(via truth-has-a-liberal-bias)

adventuresinlearning:

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ORIGINAL: By KSA-Plus Communications. Found on Visual.ly.
writingprompts:

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that one Keith Olberman quote

writingprompts:

554

that one Keith Olberman quote

(via girlwithalessonplan)

The alarming thing about Romney is that he has been running for president for years, but he still doesn’t know how to read a room. He doesn’t take anything in, he just puts it out. He doesn’t hear himself the way the rest of us hear him. In the Mitt-sphere, populated by his shiny white family, the Mormon Church and a narrow, homogenous inner circle, Romney’s image of himself as wise, caring, smart and capable is relentlessly reinforced. That leaves him constantly surprised that other people don’t love what he is saying.

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wyveraryborealis:

shannonhale:

When I do book signings, most of my line is made up of young girls with their mothers, teen girls alone, and mother friend groups. But there’s usually at least one boy with a stack of my books. This boy is anywhere from 8-19, he’s carrying a worn stack…