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"I don’t mind getting naked or seeing you naked.
I don’t mind talking about sex or having sex
or never having sex. I don’t mind my body
or your body with mine. I don’t mind
your sweaty palms, your chapped lips,
your dirty tongue. I don’t mind
your noisy music, your crappy poetry,
your soiled shoes and ugly handwriting.
I don’t mind 2ams and late night
phone calls, stolen kisses and white lies.
I don’t mind your half-eaten donut,
frozen teabags and sticky hair.
I want your toothbrush’s head
leaning towards mine. I want
your 4am back massage.
Cup my breasts and don’t say
they’re small. I already know that.
Kiss me once and kiss me more.
Pretend what we’re doing is illegal.
It’s always good to be caught
with our mouths tied together
like handcuffs. Dry your cheeks
and make me bleed.
Crave me.
Crave me.
Crave me."


irishjulienne’s, in the name of intimacy (via talkingoutsoft)

This is perfect. Awh.

(via amburrmeow)


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such-narcissist:

I’m not a faerie but I need
More than this life so I became
This creature representing more to you
Than just another girl

- Emilie Autumn, Swallow


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Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor in A Place in the Sun (1951)


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hunters-hollow:

limecrime:

May the wings of your #eyeliner always be even. ✔️✔️

If someone wished this on me, it’d probably make my day. :p


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guyles:

When people talk about the 90s, I always think about you, how do you feel about this?

"I worry that they might judge me by my hairstyles? But otherwise I’m ok with it."

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thesubterraneans:

London // 1966


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"You came to me to learn the Pleasure of Life and the Pleasure of Art. Perhaps I am chosen to teach you something much more wonderful, the meaning of Sorrow, and its beauty."


Oscar Wilde to Lord Alfred Douglas, 1896

The most eloquent ending to a most eloquent break-up letter.

(via whisperingwordsofwisdom)


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anticipatedstranger:

Portraits at the Bauhaus

Unknown, 1920s

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