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A storehouse
Jan 25 '14
aseaofquotes:

Sarah Dessen, The Truth About Forever
Submitted by betelgeusebeetlejuice.

aseaofquotes:

Sarah Dessen, The Truth About Forever

Submitted by betelgeusebeetlejuice.

Dec 31 '13
evangotlib:

betseylola:


You can change the direction this train is moving just by thinking about it.

You don’t understand how powerful I feel

There is no spoon.

evangotlib:

betseylola:

You can change the direction this train is moving just by thinking about it.

You don’t understand how powerful I feel

There is no spoon.

(Source: buzzfeed)

Dec 31 '13
aseaofquotes:

Carol Rifka Brunt, Tell the Wolves I’m Home

aseaofquotes:

Carol Rifka Brunt, Tell the Wolves I’m Home

Dec 20 '13

awkwardsituationist:

michael poliza in churchill manitoba, who noted “the polar bear was all by himself as they are very solitary animals anyway. but this one looked particularly sad as it wandered around, almost a though it didn’t understand where the snow had gone.” (more polar bear photos)

Nov 30 '13
aseaofquotes:

John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley

aseaofquotes:

John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley

Nov 15 '13
"I’ve had a sign over my typewriter for over 25 years now, which reads “Don’t think!” You must never think at the typewriter — you must feel. Your intellect is always buried in that feeling anyway."
For Ray Bradbury's birthday today, a lovely 1974 interview. (via explore-blog)

(Source: )

Nov 12 '13
aseaofquotes:

Chuck Klosterman, Downtown Owl

aseaofquotes:

Chuck Klosterman, Downtown Owl

Nov 10 '13
"And if you are awake at four AM, you are either in love or lonely, and I don’t know which one is worse."
(via matinmelancolie)

(Source: menacearm)

Nov 10 '13
aseaofquotes:

Charles Bukowski, Hot Water Music

aseaofquotes:

Charles Bukowski, Hot Water Music

Nov 4 '13
"Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways."
Sigmund Freud (via serialstranger)