Collective thinking is usually short lived

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kirstenjn:

Yep

kirstenjn:

Yep

ghtlovesthg:

"My mother’s not coming back."
"No," he says. He pulls an envelope from his jacket pocket and hands it to me. I examine the delicate, perfectly formed writing…My finger traces the graceful swoop of the letters.
"You know why she can’t come back." Yes, I know why. Because between my father and Prim and the ashes, the place is too painful to bear. But apparently not for me."
- Mockingjay, Chapter 27

ghtlovesthg:

"My mother’s not coming back."

"No," he says. He pulls an envelope from his jacket pocket and hands it to me. I examine the delicate, perfectly formed writing…My finger traces the graceful swoop of the letters.

"You know why she can’t come back." Yes, I know why. Because between my father and Prim and the ashes, the place is too painful to bear. But apparently not for me."

- Mockingjay, Chapter 27

(Source: yournaoko)

stay  → parallels 

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assassynne:

james t. kirk

assassynne:

james t. kirk

everlark making each other smile

(Source: genuhsiis)

otps + favorite moments: everlark

Then I dive into my tent before I do something stupid like cry.

this didn’t happen in the books

- ancient proverb (via welcometothemasturbatory)

(Source: ruineshumaines)

(Source: suckingpeetasballs)

malallory:

Do you ever think about how Remus Lupin got on the Hogwarts Express to travel to Hogwarts and fell asleep in a compartment by himself and then woke up to find that James Potter’s son had sat down in the same compartment as him?

because I do