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I’m thinking… maybe you and I could partner up.

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A poet will love you like a raging storm.
She will begin to pour out of nowhere.
Her whispered “I love you”s will resound as thunder.
There is no stopping her.

A poet will love you like a new notebook.
She will let you know her every thought.
Your pages will become her sanctuary.
You will turn into a part of her.

A poet will love you like a drop of rain in the desert.
She will cherish you above all else.
You will give her strength to live.
The interaction will be forgotten in a matter of seconds.

A poet will love you like a car crash.
She will take you by surprise.
It will be over before you know it.
She will destroy you without warning.

A poet will hate you like a force of nature.
A poet will write about you like a factory.

 —She will turn even a speck of dust into a sandstorm (via inkonapagepoetry)





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psych2go:

For more posts like these, go visit psych2go

Psych2go features various psychological findings and myths. In the future, psych2go attempts to include sources to posts for the purpose of generating discussions and commentaries. This will give readers a chance to critically examine psychology.

Fact submitted by: bonjourtammy

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langleav:

Pre-order my new book Lullabies today at Barnes & Noble book stores or get over 30% off right now at BN.com 

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lomographicsociety:

Show Your Stash, gepo1303!

Welcome back to another edition of Show Your Stash! For this week, let’s check out gepo1303’s stash during his trip to Iceland. http://bit.ly/1l6f8nP



thisispostrock:

It’s been awhile

This Will Destroy You - Dustism

From the forthcoming album “Another Language”

Released September 16th, 2014 on Suicide Squeeze Records





twloha:

This song really means a lot to me because the words describe a general attitude that I’m working toward.  It’s an attitude of openness and acceptance, not just with one another but with myself as well.

“We all want to be normal anyways

We all want to be somewhere else than where we live

But that’s not reality, that’s just point of view…”

I’ve lived with a constant feeling that I may not be where I’m supposed to be or that I missing out on living somewhere different. I think it’s easy to tell ourselves that things would be better in a new place, that maybe we would fit in better in the next town over. 

But I’m starting to believe that this is not the case.

We all have a purpose and a role within our community. Even if it’s a role that we may not see, it’s likely that someone else we know does see the difference that we are making. I believe in the idea that someone in my area really does need me in his or her life. I believe that I need a certain person from my community.

“The lengths that we go to to put so much distance between us is staggering

You’re burning alive with stress and life

Both hands in flames trying to hold the fire inside

Drop and roll, repeat line for emphasis

I’ll repeat it and repeat it until you believe it

You’re gonna be ok, say it to me…” 

We can all benefit one from supporting one another.

If we are able to stop pretending we are fine and begin to open up, we can then move forward. We can create an environment of truly caring for one another. We can finally be open to receiving that care when we need it.

I may not always understand all of your struggles, I may not always be able to relate, and I may not always follow through on being a good listener. But I want to understand, and I want to provide comfort and support.

This song speaks to an attitude that I want to work toward, a comfort I want to provide. Sometimes we distance ourselves from the issues we aren’t comfortable talking about. We are different people in different parts of our stories, but we are all capable of sharing love and support.

 - Phil, TWLOHA Summer ‘14 intern