Do not pity the dead. Pity the living. And above all, pity those who live without love. - SuperWhoLock take on a Harry Potter quote
wait omg this is amazing
wait what does this symbol stand for :$
^what the fuck has been going on in your childhood
SWEET SKIES ABOVE
If I saw this while I was walking down the street I think I would legitimately start screaming and weeping in joy.
Oh, it’s even smeared.
/Suddenly feels 4 years old all over again.
I don’t get it. What is that meant to BE?
IT’S THE GODDAMN SIMBA WHERE DID YOUR PARENTS GO WRONG
modern au grantaire shouting “SOURCE” after everything enjolras says in his speeches until one day enjolras walks in with a stack of papers and drops it on the table in front of grantaire and starts in on one of his rants and it’s a packet of source articles for every single statistic and quote he used that night
do you ever go through your own blog and just smile because even though as a blog it is objectively terrible it’s, like, the only space in the world that is 100% tailored to you and your interests
“it’s the story
of one who turned from hating
a man who only learned to love
when you were in his keeping”
In an interview with The Fix, Mary Karr debunks the toxic mythology that it is necessary to be damaged in order to be creative. My own vehement defiance to that mythology is what led me to choose Ray Bradbury – the ultimate epitome of creating from joy rather than suffering – as the subject of my contribution to The New York Times’ The Lives They Lived.
Pair with Karr on why writers write.
(Source: , via yeahwriters)