Notes: 1618 / 19 hours ago
from theladyisagent (originally from terribleterribleterrible)
Notes: 1 / 1 day ago
Lines and Definitions the expression of My Identity
Trying to understand the distinctions between myself and others. The realization that by defining myself better I must understand the other. Those that are meant to help me darken the outline of my personality and those that have no business around me at all.
There are so many different ways to interact with others and at times people become intwined but I want to be Different and maybe its Exclusion but not everybody is the Same.
I am an Introvert. I am Sensitive. I am Trusting. And Loving. I get Hurt Easily, and get Confused often. Strangers are nice but I get Used and Manipulated.
I want to Love the World as a Whole but that begins with those Closest to me. If I cant find that Trust and Love within my own circle how can I Expand my Affection (however civil and distanced) towards Others.
So this means bringing my Circle closer. Tighter. Realizing that as an Introverted Strange and Easily Misunderstood Individual it would be better in my interest to Define and Focus on a Select Few at least until Im set in my Own Skin and Happy.
Treat Yo’Self :) you’re worth it.
Notes: 40062 / 3 days ago
from fuckyeahpaganism (originally from tinyhousedarling)
"It’s okay to live a life others don’t understand."
Notes: 71621 / 3 days ago
from subdxo (originally from creepypure)
Notes: 54588 / 3 days ago
from subdxo (originally from thegoodvybe)
Notes: 1029 / 3 days ago
from dxo (originally from smellslikeateensblog)
Notes: 3581 / 3 days ago
from astranemus (originally from rabbitinthemoon)
"There is a wolf in me … fangs pointed for tearing gashes … a red tongue for raw meat … and the hot lapping of blood—I keep this wolf because the wilderness gave it to me and the wilderness will not let it go."
Notes: 29938 / 3 days ago
from 140bpm (originally from kalories1-deactivated20140523)
Notes: 965 / 3 days ago
from astranemus (originally from themainloop)
Nellie Joshua (1902-1911), “Fairy Boy” (“Dragonfly”) (c. 1905 England)
Notes: 16964 / 3 days ago
from ladyylazarus (originally from thievinggenius)