typeverything:

typeverything.com, By Jeremy Teff

typeverything:

typeverything.com, By Jeremy Teff


amospoe:

“If a writer stops observing he is finished. Experience is communicated by small details intimately observed.” ― Ernest Hemingway

amospoe:

“If a writer stops observing he is finished. Experience is communicated by small details intimately observed.” 
― Ernest Hemingway


(via knobbedknees)


(via knobbedknees)


I am more than: my relationship status. My job. My age. My sexuality. My degree or lack of. My last name. My appearance. My gender. My sex. My short comings.

I am: rusted thoughts. A bloody tongue. Every city I have breathed in. Every bedroom I have loved in. Piles of words. Twisted metaphors. My thoughts. My actions. My dreams.

And I am not looking to be loved. I am looking to be seen.

I Am Not | Lora Mathis (via lora-mathis)

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Adulthood

Adulthood? It’s quite easily defined. It’s the exact feeling that hits you upon thinking about those old movies you used to watch, where the grown-ups would disappear and the kids would have to fend for themselves, and for the first time realising that in the same situation, you would now simply disappear.

Along with the rest of the “grown-ups”.



darksilenceinsuburbia:

Hyde + Hyde Architects. House for a photographer.

Website

It’s ugly in a very pretty way



amospoe:

“Life itself is an exile. The way home is not the way back.” ― Colin Wilson
(from Carol Reed’s “Odd Man Out”)

amospoe:

“Life itself is an exile. The way home is not the way back.” 
― Colin Wilson

(from Carol Reed’s “Odd Man Out”)