Rainer Maria #Rilke 🌿🌿🌿

09/01/14 -- 6:52 AM with 51 notes


Samuel Beckett, Waiting for Godot

09/01/14 -- 6:51 AM with 1,349 notes



Jane Austen by Margaret Kennedy

09/01/14 -- 6:50 AM with 248 notes


-(adjective) In the list of one of the most 100 beautiful words in the English language, ineffable’s beauty lies in its flowing sound and meaning. Ineffable describes the sentiment of being unable to express something in words because it is too extreme to communicate; words cannot possibly do justice at this particular moment.  (via wordsnquotes)
09/01/14 -- 6:42 AM with 7,177 notes

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My rating (out of 5): ★★★

I was a little wary from these books for multiples reasons. One of them – and yes, I have to admit it- was simply because I’m a big snob and this was romance. I was expecting hormones and stupid fights over nothing and all that unnecessary drama. But sometimes I forget that I was a teenager once and I fell in love like these girls did. Cricket was the first boy I’ve ever liked. Josh was the boy I obsessed over while I was in high school. And St. Clair felt like G. does or did, I don’t know anymore- but that’s not the point.

These books are great. Yes, sure, they’re not a literature masterpiece. The writing could be better and some parts of the drama could be less annoying but what I want to say is that these books are refreshing. It’s none of those Nicholas Sparks’ plots that are boring and tiring, these stories felt real to me.

In short, I liked these books. They made me happy when I was sad and that’s reason enough to recommend them to anyone who wishes to have a good time.

08/31/14 -- 7:23 PM with 1 note

If I could cry out of fear in a lonely house,
if I could take out my eyes and eat them,
I would do it for your mournful orange tree voice
and for your poetry that comes out screaming.
-Pablo Neruda, Ode to Federico Garcia Lorca (via prettybookish)
08/31/14 -- 2:08 PM with 21 notes

…and then, I have nature and art and poetry, and if that is not enough, what is enough?
-Vincent van Gogh  (via wooden-folks)
08/31/14 -- 10:52 AM with 24,559 notes


Divina Commedia by Jean-François Bodart

08/31/14 -- 7:57 AM with 130 notes


When a cutie in the bookstore picks up my favorite book



08/30/14 -- 7:29 PM with 828 notes


Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them.
-Marcus Aurelius, Meditations
08/30/14 -- 7:29 PM with 711 notes