amongthedays-deactivated2012083 asked: 9.
I’m on the president’s list at my school. This makes me so happy.
I appreciate people thinking I am brilliant. However, this comes with a price. I am a deeply disturbed person.
sycamore-sidhe-deactivated20130 asked: Back in March, I was in the Arctic. Two friends and I were watching the stars on the pier of a frozen lake. Suddenly an aurora burst across the sky, like a curtain of green silk lifting above the world. Strands of frayed fabric floated across the sky. Spellbound, wordless, we walked over the ice, as if in a dream. The northern lights tinted the snow, faint green beneath the midnight blue night. I...
Anonymous asked: This isn't going to amount to the words from everyone else, but the only beautiful thing I could think to tell you is that your blog is absolutely amazing. Everything is so enchanting. I think your blog is one of the best blogs I have followed in such a long, long time.
amongthedays-deactivated2012083 asked: You are on tiptoe, the roof of your house trembling, praying it is strong enough to hold you up. You are talking a star out of falling, and getting nowhere. It wants a new life, one that does not involve poking its head head through the sky, even when it is tired, just to listen to the wishes of humans. You are stroking its face, hot with fury. You are telling it to move to a deeper part of the...
The pulsing symphony of a star enchanted me forever.
When death comes like an iceberg between the shoulder blades. … When it’s over, I want to say: all my life I was a bride married to amazement. — M. Oliver
I said to the sun, ‘Tell me about the big bang.’ The sun said, ‘It hurts to...– Andrea Gibson (via mirroir)
You’d wait in the orchard for hours to watch a deer break from the shadows....– Eduardo C. Corral, from “To the Angelbeast” (via proustitute)
And then this earth, this flat earth came back, out of shimmering, brilliant...– from the poem ‘The Dark Blue Star’, via The Selected Works of Nikolai S. Gumilev (source)