The Second Millennium

What's your story?

she is a glass of sherry and your hands shake. she
is the color of the moon towards the end of october
and you want to cup your hands to catch her.
her smile is how it feels when you slip into warm clothing, her
eyes are a bonfire where everyone is laughing and some kid
is playing guitar quietly and your crush is sitting
right next to you

her poet heart is so fragile sometimes we wonder
if she will come apart but the thing about poets is
they can take agony and shape it into buildings
and she has taken every bit of your agony and shaped
you into something beautiful

she is warm rain on an upturned face, she is
an unexpected honest compliment, she
can tell that you’re not just tired you’re also
empty of all emotion
and she will hold your hand while you struggle
to overcome that, she is the feeling you get
when a butterfly chooses you to land on,
she is safety and she is home
and she belongs
to you alone.

"I can trust her with anything and she’s understanding and smart and I feel like she’s the only person who understands me.” // r.i.d (via inkskinned)


How to fix all problems in Five Nights at Freddy’s. Either that or, y’know, quitting after the first night!

(No, Pirate Cove guy, you don’t get anything. >:C)



I will do my best to carry you when you need a lift


Comfort you when you’re sad


We all feel down now and then


But I’m here if you need me

(via hippypeace)




my head is hurting because i thought about my future for 0.3 seconds

you can get a headache from looking at something that bright

This is the most inspiring thing I’ve seen on tumblr.

(via hippypeace)

One of the best pieces of advice I was ever given was at church, I asked to be prayed for for anxiety […] and he said “Well, you realize that you are more centered on yourself than you are on God?” And I know not everyone here believes in God and that’s okay but I do think that that is a pivotal piece of advice if you’re consumed by anxiety because you are consumed by yourself and you’re worried, “What do people think of me? Do people like me? Did I say the right thing?” And for me, part of transitioning away from that was starting to think about the person I’m talking to. About the people I’m surrounded by. And every time I’m worried like, “What if they don’t like me?” I just think, “Do I like them? What are they talking about right now? What are they up to?” And I just had to keep telling myself and reminding myself to stop focusing on myself.

—Tessa Violet, Vidcon 2014 Q&A. (via ultrakattt)

(via tessaviolet)