I cannot with #TheWalkingDead seriously, its just too good. And if a zombie apocalypse happens, I’m finding me a Daryl Dixon and sticking to him like wet on water. #daryldixon #draw #script #talent #banner #vscocam
Ever in search of some haven of happiness. #poetry #midnight #writing #ship #happiness #sea
I just want to be freed, I need some space to breathe.
[“Just being on cliffs. Even if I’m on the inside of the mountain I still feel like, ‘what if I just wheel the car off the thing?’”] It’s the fear of jumping, isn’t it? It’s not the fear of the height, it’s the fear of jumping. I have exactly the same thing. I’m that close I could just jump. It’s the same next to train tracks and things. It’s like when you’re on stage in the middle of a play, and it’s a children’s play, and sometimes your head just goes, “I could just say FUCK right now really loudly.” It’s the same thing. I find it very interesting. It’s your brain playing little tricks with you. [“See? You’ve got a nice smile but there’s a black heart beating in your chest, Kit Harington.”] (x)
"It’s a filthy goddamn helpless world we live in"
American Horror Story
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1956- Gordon Parks documented the everyday lives of an extended black family living in rural Alabama under Jim Crow segregation for Life magazine’s photo-essay “The Restraints: Open and Hidden.” (via)