Anonymous asked: Have you ever been in love?

hellanne:

This reminded me of a poem by Tishani Doshi that ends with these lines - "what will we call it, when it’s no longer love?" 
I have no definite answer to that question. I have felt very strongly about some people in my life and I have been hurt by the separation. I have told some of them I loved them, and I did love all of them, in a way, but it rarely felt like I was in love. 

I’m self-sufficient. I spend a lot of time on my own and I shut off quite easily. When I communicate, I communicate 900 per cent, then I shut off, which scares people sometimes.

Bjork on ‘Self-Sufficiency’ (via s-stevens)

sometimes you just love someone for as long as you can, up until it makes less sense for you to keep trying than it does for you to stop. you lose each other, and that is the end. there isn’t really anything funny about it.

— katie heaney Never Have I Ever: My Life (So Far) Without a Date

We are living in a time when men, impelled by mediocre and ferocious ideologies, have gotten into the habit of being ashamed of everything — ashamed of themselves, of being happy, of loving or creating.

hellanne:

I don’t want you
as bad as I used to,
but I still don’t want
anyone else.

rooftop
do you remember when we talked from
evening till dawn?

thatkat:

if you have a crush on me, just fuckin tell me

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