1. someonesavemepleasee:

*Depression Blog*

    someonesavemepleasee:

    *Depression Blog*

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  3. 5weetsorrow:

Sad/Bands/B&W blog

    5weetsorrow:

    Sad/Bands/B&W blog

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  4. mangledsmile:

    i just want to fuckin kiss you but i fuckin can’t because ur not fuckin here

    fuck

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  5. to love her

    the distance is too far
    it is too hard to love her.

    at least that’s what my parents told me once
    i tried to bite my tongue but it bled right through
    and I told them how they did not understand
    but what difference did it make
    ” you’re too young and inexperienced,
    you don’t know what you want yet”
    it took everything inside me not to scream “who really does?”

    sure, distance is hard
    but with good love
    great things can come
    eighteen years young
    but still old enough to know how it feels
    to love someone so much
    that you would take a bullet
    just to see the corners of their lips
    turn up for a minute longer

    it is not hard to love her.

    what is hard is when
    she is miles away
    and you know she is crying in a pool of her own blood
    and all you can do is say
    baby don’t bleed
    it will be okay
    baby don’t bleed

    it is not hard to love her.

    what is hard is when
    she is crying in her bed
    alone and afraid
    and all you can do is say
    honey don’t cry
    it will be okay
    honey don’t cry

    it is not hard to love her.

    what is hard is when
    she is shaking so hard
    from the anxiety in her chest
    and all you can do is say
    sweetheart just breath
    it will be okay
    sweetheart just breath

    it is not hard to love her.

    distance may make it hard to take away her blades
    to hold her in her sleep
    and to wipe away her tears

    but
    it is not hard to love her.

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  7. Something else is hurting you – that’s why you need pot or whiskey, or screaming music turned so fucking loud you can’t think.
    – Charles Bukowski (via unextinguished)

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  9. nofoodnoproblem1:

B on We Heart Ithttp://weheartit.com/entry/101172321/via/awesomearyana

    nofoodnoproblem1:

    B on We Heart It
    http://weheartit.com/entry/101172321/via/awesomearyana

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  10. The both of us were swept away with exhaustion,
    and yet neither of us could manage to fall asleep.
    I’d warned you ahead of time that the size
    of my bed wouldn’t be generous to the both of us.
    But that night, I learned that the less space
    in between was always for the better.
    The spattering and trickling sound of raindrops outside
    would soon become our favorite soundtrack.
    And every inch of your gentle skin
    was slowly becoming my favorite taste.
    But it was the way you touched me
    that even novel of description couldn’t suffice.
    Because how do I describe the way it seemed as though
    your fingers were making love to the scar along my waist?
    And how a part of me somehow shut down
    when you would sigh right in my ear?
    No matter how far into slumber I seemed,
    I would never forget a single detail,
    because that was the moment
    that I knew I only wanted you.
    Connotativewords | jl | 4:12 am (via connotativewords)

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