modern day Lolita.
Does she scare you a little? Good. She should make you fear her love, so that when she lets you be apart of it, you won’t take it lightly. She should remind you of the power that beauty brings, that storms reside in her veins, and that she still wants you in the middle of it all. Do not take this soul for granted, for she is fierce, and she can take you places that you never thought you could go; but she is still loving in the midst of it all, like the calm rain after a storm, she can bring life. Learn her, and cherish her, respect her, and love her; for she is so much more than a pretty face, she is a soul on fire. T.B. LaBerge // Things I’m still learning at 25  (via ewok-gia)

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People always talk about how hard it can be to remember things - where they left their keys, or the name of an acquaintance - but no one ever talks about how much effort we put into forgetting. I am exhausted from the effort to forget… There are things that have to be forgotten if you want to go on living. Stephen Carpenter, Killer (via ewok-gia)

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I am evil. I am the filth goddess Tlazoltéotl.
I am the swallower of sins.
The lust goddess without guilt.
The delicious debauchery. You bring out
the primordial exquisiteness in me.
The nasty obsession in me.
The corporal and venial sin in me.
The original transgression in me. Sandra Cisneros, from “You Bring Out the Mexican in Me,” Loose Woman: Poems (via ewok-gia)

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What I needed seemed to be absent everywhere. Charles Bukowski in introduction for John Fante’s ”Ask the Dust” (via ewok-gia)

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I take great care of myself by carefully shutting myself away. Vincent Van Gogh, a letter to his brother, Theo. (via ewok-gia)

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