a girl with the sun of her youth
Do you love me enough that I may be weak with you? Everyone loves strength, but do you love me for my weakness? Thats the real test.
— Alain de Botton (via 99lions)
When I looked at you, my life made sense. Even the bad things made sense. They were necessary to make you possible.
— Jonathan Safran Foer (via agentlewoman)
(Source: saddest-summer, via milkthistle-milkthistle)
Andrea Gibson painting by Sara C.
(Source: dino-queer, via feministfeels)
The National Mall got a new memorial yesterday, if only briefly. As part of One Billion Rising, Baltimore-based feminist group FORCE installed a temporary memorial recognizing survivors of sexual assault. The group greated giant letters out of a statement from a rape survivor and floated the eight-foot-tall words onto the reflecting pool in front of the Lincoln Memorial.
Sometimes I cry over other people’s poetry just because they found a way to say what I couldn’t.
— Fragment #7 (via moscato-and-poetry)