Writer, thinker, dreamer.

Personal/writing: confessionsunderstarlitskies
Wordpress: lozzi101.wordpress.com

Reblogged from mermaidsbite

celticwarriorpoet:

the poet’s tongue

isn’t just for fancy words

it can make you feel

without saying one damn thing

"I have to say that although it broke my heart, I was, and still am, glad I was there."

Reblogged from literatureismyutopia

Markus Zusak, The Book Thief (via wordsnquotes)

Reblogged from karmamax

dliasebya:

“Poets don’t find the
beauty in what is broken,
poets are the broken,
and poetry is simply
a way to collect all of
our shards and to hold
them against the light.”

"

Do you understand how amazing it is to hear that from an adult? Do you know how amazing it is to hear that from anybody? It’s one of the simplest sentences in the world, just four words, but they’re the four hugest words in the world when they’re put together.

You can do it.

"

Reblogged from observando

Sherman Alexie (via observando)

Reblogged from thatstheendofthat

(Source: parasate)

upclosefromafar:

actuallygrimes:

malformalady:

A fairy ring, also known as fairy circle, elf circle, elf ring or pixie ring, is a naturally occurring ring or arc of mushrooms, in his case Marasmius oreades. The body of this fungus, its mycelium, is underground. It grows outward in a circle. As it grows, the mycelium uses up all of the nutrients in the soil, starving the grass. This is the reason a fairy ring has dead grass over the growing edge of the mycelium. Umbrella-shaped fruiting bodies, called mushrooms, spring up from just behind the outer edge of the mycelium.

indeed

~Nature n stuff~

Reblogged from hele-lau

upclosefromafar:

actuallygrimes:

malformalady:

A fairy ring, also known as fairy circle, elf circle, elf ring or pixie ring, is a naturally occurring ring or arc of mushrooms, in his case Marasmius oreades. The body of this fungus, its mycelium, is underground. It grows outward in a circle. As it grows, the mycelium uses up all of the nutrients in the soil, starving the grass. This is the reason a fairy ring has dead grass over the growing edge of the mycelium. Umbrella-shaped fruiting bodies, called mushrooms, spring up from just behind the outer edge of the mycelium.

indeed

~Nature n stuff~

Reblogged from nuance

(Source: shapethings)

Reblogged from feellng

Reblogged from mermaidsbite

mermaidsbite:

toil tirelessly to find your family
make friends or lovers—
i’m beginning to believe it doesn’t matter 
as long as you keep them close

"Maybe you are searching among the branches, for what only appears in the roots."

Reblogged from mermaidsbite

Rumi (via awakenaslove)