Lisa (age 23) (Lone Star State)
"I walk through the storm. drenched clothing dragging me down, have you ever looked into the sky and seen nothing but lightning and thought to yourself. am i this small ? am i really so insignificant that reaching my arms up can do nothing but disturb air molecules? why am i here? the question that we so often ask ourselves. why cant i feel something real something important. i feel so brainwashed into believing that my life has no purpose but to look a certain way and be a certain way but still continue to be “unique”. I can feel ambition in my system like acid corroding at my blood. invading my whole being exhaling it like smoke from a cigarette. cold and lifeless. i want to give it life too badly. so badly. that it physically hurts, i want to destroy the wall that’s holding me captive with my bare hands clawing my way to freedom but i only seem to get blisters darkness and blood. so i try to escape through any means. another drink this way please. another rant. another day/night/month/ year. its starting to affect me in way that are unimaginable. i can no longer see but work. work until my hands are strong enought to reach up and grab life and shake it until it listens to my plea. my cry. so i continue."
spent a reeeeeally long time making this transparent, enjoy!
who doesnt want transparent stars on their blog?
gold stars for trying
i know its colour but THEYRE TRANSPARENT
Some Badass/Creepy/Emotional Sci-Fi films from youtube. Hope You enjoy. - Imgur
Pallets are often used as shipping crates, and hundreds of them are left at junkyards, on the sidewalk, and in dumpsters. With a little help from the hardware store and a good workspace, you can turn pallets into desks, beds, chairs, coffee tables, wall art, and more.
I saw no Way—The Heavens were stitched—
I felt the Columns close—
The Earth reversed her Hemispheres—
I touched the Universe—
And back it slid—and I alone—
A Speck upon a Ball—
Went out upon Circumference—
Beyond the Dip of Bell—
Emily Dickinson (via insipidexpectations)