Making love with you
is like drinking sea water.
The more I drink
the thirstier I become,
until nothing can slake my thirst
but to drink the entire sea.
—Kenneth Rexroth, The Love Poems of Marichiko: VII (via fuckmetwiceandmarryme)
This is true
(Source: hellanne, via fuckmetwiceandmarryme)
I try to catch every sentence, every word you and I say, and quickly lock all these sentences and words away in my literary storehouse because they might come in handy.
—from The Seagull (1896) by Anton Chekhov (via vintageanchorbooks)
DATING TIP: Hold the door for your date. Rip the door off its hinges. Use the door as a weapon to fight off other men. Establish dominance.
bout to take the ride of my life
(Source: facebook.com, via le-hibou-sarcastique)
Photo Credit: (Nicolás)
(Source: caminosdeambrosias, via iloveyoulikeilovetea)
Apollonia Saintclair 505 - 20140715 Le collier d’Atawallpa (Atawallpa’s collar)
Apollonia Saintclair 515 - 20140729 Sketchwork
Inspired by a picture from the Japan Photographic Annual 1940
Missing you comes in waves. Tonight I’m drowning.
—Hannah Taylor (via bl-ossomed)
Apollonia Saintclair 430 - 20131113 La Kampfmaschine (The Kampfmachine)
Honestly how my dream home looks like.