Nine Stable Isotopes

The rules keep changing while we still playing the game

12.21.12

Let it all end.

     Let it all end. 

— 1 year ago
Matching Tattoos

 

ready? set. I’m ready. If all fails and falls to pieces, so what?

If it comes to that, and we’re standing at opposite ends of the world, then I’ll look at your half of our love, black ink etched in my skin.

And remember the times when all I could think of … was loving you.

Where is the regret in that? 

— 2 years ago
.. Sometimes I feel alone.
   So I eat. 
Sometimes I can’t move. 
So I stay under the covers
     I panic. 
Sometimes I can’t breathe. 
       So I stop thinking.
I stop thinking. 

.. Sometimes I feel alone.

   So I eat. 

Sometimes I can’t move. 

So I stay under the covers

     I panic. 

Sometimes I can’t breathe. 

       So I stop thinking.

I stop thinking. 

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— 2 years ago with 287 notes
Not even

dude blew out my knee

    and couldn’t be bothered to text

say ‘hey, howzit going?’

   Bloody fool.

— 2 years ago
Aye Love

You’re not the first one to reject me

          You’re not the last either

   You’re not even the worst

       Nothing can top that last one 

     From that long while ago. 

— 2 years ago

If I ruled the world (   )

    I reckon I’d write

    I reckon I’d right it all. 

— 2 years ago
readafuckingbook:

This Bridge Called My Back - Writings by Radical Women of Color
I don’t care what gender studies or queer theory class you’ve taken, you need to read this book, but be warned, it is a rare find and might expensive. It contains several essays by womanists discussing their experience, racism, poverty, how racism pervaded the feminist movement in the early 1980s and most importantly the individual experiences of asian pacific, black, american indian and latina/chicana women. This words you find in this book and the truths that will make your soul sick are imperrative for understanding the history of racism, feminism, systematic oppression and white privilege. These are stories that have, even today, been swept under the rug and out of sight. 
You need to read this fucking book. 

readafuckingbook:

This Bridge Called My Back - Writings by Radical Women of Color

I don’t care what gender studies or queer theory class you’ve taken, you need to read this book, but be warned, it is a rare find and might expensive. It contains several essays by womanists discussing their experience, racism, poverty, how racism pervaded the feminist movement in the early 1980s and most importantly the individual experiences of asian pacific, black, american indian and latina/chicana women. This words you find in this book and the truths that will make your soul sick are imperrative for understanding the history of racism, feminism, systematic oppression and white privilege. These are stories that have, even today, been swept under the rug and out of sight. 

You need to read this fucking book. 

(via bklynboihood)

— 2 years ago with 8128 notes