I'm Sarai. I'm sweet eighteen. I reblog things that I like.
Life's good here on the East Coast, USA.

On nights like these
I think of you
and how you left me with
a paper cut heart.
Tiny slits across the most
vulnerable parts of the whole
and I almost bled out
with your back to me
until I remembered to apply pressure
in order to stop the bleeding.
You turned my hands into burning buildings
that set fire to everything I touch
and there are scars on my door knobs
from all the times I have left and
all the times I have decided to come back.
I am learning how to heal all the
wounds you opened on me.
I paint the walls of my body
with gentle touches.
I am learning how
to heal myself.
by A.Y // open wounds
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Ambiverts (people are both extroverted and introverted) tend to be more creative due to their greater flexibility in situations.
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thecraziethewizard:

If I fall if I die know I lived it to the fullestIf I fall if I die know I lived and missed some bulletsJeremiah Probodanu

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i follow back :)

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But why think about that when all the golden lands ahead of you and all kinds of unforseen events wait lurking to surprise you and make you glad you’re alive to see?
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victoriousvocabulary:

NÉNUPHAR

[noun]

water lily; lily, a flowering aquatic plant from the Nymphaeaceae family.

Etymology: French for “water lily”, from Mediaeval Latin, from Arabic نلوفر (nilūfar), Persian نیلوفر (nīlūfar), from Sanskrit नीलोतपल (nīlotpala), from नील (nīla, “blue”) + उतपल (utpala, “lotus, water-lily”).

[Oscar-Claude Monet]

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Go so far away that you stop being afraid of not coming back.
by Eve Ensler, ”I am an Emotional Creature: The Secret Life of Girls Around the World (Villard, 2010)

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Woman With A Parasol in a Garden (1875)
Pierre-Auguste Renoir

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vsrys:

embroidered wishes #2
some stupid extracts from my notebook