What The Water Gave Me

_Time, it took us to where the water was_That’s what the water gave me_And time goes quicker between the two of us_Oh, my love, don’t forsake me_Take what the water gave me__Lay me down_Let the only sound be the overflow_Pockets full of stones__Lay me down_Let the only sound be the overflow__And oh, poor Atlas!_The world’s a beast of a burden_You’ve been holding up a long time_And all this longing_And the ships are left to rust_That’s what the water gave us__So lay me down_Let the only sound be the overflow_Pockets full of stones_Lay me down_Let the only sound be the overflow__‘Cause they took your loved ones but returned them in exchange for you_But would you have it any other way?_Would you have it any other way?_You couldn’t have it any other way__‘Cause she’s a cruel mistress and a bargain must be made_But oh, my love, don’t forget me when I let the water take me__So lay me down_Let the only sound be the over flow_Pockets full of stones__Lay me down_Let the only sound be the overflow.

(Source: desfeuxdartifices)


littleariels:

“You know it won’t alter anything right, me and mary, getting married? we’ll still be doing all this.” “Oh, good.” “If you were worried.” “I wasn’t worried.”

littleariels:

You know it won’t alter anything right, me and mary, getting married? we’ll still be doing all this.”
Oh, good.”
If you were worried.”
I wasn’t worried.”

(Source: holmecides)


I had to scrub the smell of the saltwater from my skin tonight. It was much stronger then it ever was before. When I looked at the ocean for the first time in months, I saw past the tides and the rhythm, and I looked into our future. I envisioned the way you would wake me up with your lips, and how the only way I could ever be able to sleep soundly was to fall into the imagination of the life we could have had if you would have just stayed true to what you said would always be unbreakable.

(Source: mostlyfiction)


18 hours ago - 19,176 notes - Reblog   #sea  

queerly-it-is:

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In the criminal justice system, supernatually-based offenses are considered really, really weird. In Beacon Hills, California, the dedicated detectives who investigate all this bizarre shit are Sheriff Stilinski and Derek ‘The Nose’ Hale (that guy, you know, the lurky one whose family died in a fire? Yeah it’s totally him).

These are their stories.

DUN DUN

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I got myself an android mobile (yey!) and I’ve never had one before. The things is I keep getting these notification sounds and most of the times it’s not text and I’m not on the internet so that I can get something like e-mail notifications, so I have no freaking idea what my phone is trying to tell me.

(I feel ridiculously like a noob, what with my accidental calling people while silmuntaneously texting them and let’s face it, I totally am.)


Pinelopation


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