LucyintheSky

Writer & travel/food/literature junkie on things of beauty

moodyblondie:

Blair Waldorf,  pls.

Yesss

moodyblondie:

Blair Waldorf,  pls.

Yesss

(via bringbacktherain)

Love how retro this @janellemonae is…

(Source: Spotify)

All that I ask for now

Is it so hard to lay me on the ground

And give me your heart

And when you’re done with mine

Would you let me know

Don’t keep me in the dark

'Weakness' from STREETS - A NEW KIND OF MUSICAL. Music and Lyrics by Finn Anderson. Performed by Tori Allen-Martin. Sheet music available from http://www.finnanderson.co.uk

“Words, words, words! I’m so sick of words
I get words all day through
First from him, now from you
Is that all you blighters can do?”

—   My Fair Lady

I’ve been treading water for your love/
Whether I sink or swim, it’s you I’m thinking of

(Source: Spotify)

this is wanting something

this is reaching for it

this is wishing that a moment would arrive

this is taking chances

this is almost touching

what the beauty is

- The Beauty Is, from The Light in the Piazza

(Source: jimjamjaimeroo)

onekindofabstraction:

"I love her, not for her breasts, her buttocks or her knees but for her mind. It is inscrutable. She is like a poem."

onekindofabstraction:

"I love her, not for her breasts, her buttocks or her knees but for her mind. It is inscrutable. She is like a poem."

“Course I want sump’n. Want a buckle made outa shiny silver to fasten onto my shoes. Want a dress with lace. Want perfume, want to be purty, want to smell like a honeysuckle vine. Want things I’ve never heard of and never had before. Want things I can’t tell you about - not only things to look at and hold in your hands, things to happen to you… things so nice, if they ever did happen to you, your heart’d quit beatin’ and you’d fall down dead.”

—   Laurey, Oklahoma

I’m Through With Love - Marilyn Monroe

(Source: taylorbtw)

“I don’t know that we are actually human at this point, those of us who are like most of us, who grew up with TV and movies and now the Internet. If we are betrayed, we know the words to say; when a loved one dies, we know the words to say. If we want to play the part of the stud or the smart-ass or the fool, we know the words to say. We are all working from the same dog-eared script.”

—   

Such a fantastic, twisted book. 

Gone Girl - Gillian Flynn (via cateslibrary)