feet in the air head on the ground. remaining unclassified and (relatively) untamed. sprightly wit. Late nights, long drives, poetry. INCOMPLETE and loose ends. The inextricable. the hell in hello and goodbye in more. nights out and in movies. psychomachy endless. staying in bed just because you can (when you really can't) road raging, free dancing. obvious weaknesses-and Inevitably backtracking. writing letters I never send. history channel at 5am (not so distant) memories suspended in peripheral vision. feckless and reckless. one-liners. tightly holding on and letting go lightly. unannounced party fleeing. metaphorical diving headlong into pools that you know are too shallow and you're Likely to crash and burn, it might hurt, but I do it anyway. absolutely bizarre dreams concerning unstable bridges, free falling airplanes, war flashbacks and hiding from the natives. Deja vous. Now and then, I make sense. the disappearing act (not from the party). details. always details. inherently detailed. coruscating smiles (yours, not mine). Resting between the lines and the fine prints come to life. brothers, sisters. Family. oh and writing my own ending.

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lovelywordscc:

I’m not searching for a savior

in these crowded streets


I’m just watching for that small piece


of God that they say lies in all of us.


I wait for that divinity …

Whispering through her shakey voice

Or his guilty plea for forgiveness …

or in your tear swamped eyes.

I want to whitness…

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Parachutes: "We have yet to break the surface"I gently wispered after what seemed... →

lovelywordscc:

"We have yet to break the surface"
I gently wispered after what seemed to be endless hours of scratching the stars away from the iridescent sky with my fingertips to shelter them inside my hands and feel their light. My overall intention was that of stripping

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Waiting

allcreatures:

330 orphaned apes are cared for at the Orangutan Care Centre and Quarantine in Borneo, Indonesia. Human surrogate mothers look after the orphaned and rescued orangutans

Photograph: Suzi Eszterhas/Minden

Pictures/Solent News (via Orangutan orphans in Borneo – in pictures | Environment | guardian.co.uk)

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tylerknott:

We found lovein words,in hope;we area single thoughtin a delicateworld.-Tyler Knott Gregson-

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tylerknott:

We found love
in words,
in hope;
we are
a single thought
in a
delicate
world.

-Tyler Knott Gregson-

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photojojo:

Since the first camera, photographers have been turning the lens on themselves. Alicia Savage’s Imagined series features surreal self portraits that explore her own emotions.

Surreal Self Portraits: A Cut Above the Rest

via Beautiful Decay

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“Gay Pride was not born of a need to celebrate being gay, but our right to exist without persecution. So instead of wondering why there isn’t a Straight Pride movement, be thankful you don’t need one.”

Anonymous 

(Source: hans-echo)

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denverpost:

Colorado transgender first-grader Coy Mathis wins civil rights case
The Colorado Civil Rights Division has ruled in favor of Coy Mathis, a 6-year-old transgender girl who was barred from using the girls’ bathroom at her elementary school, pictured above.
“Schools should not discriminate against their students, and we are thrilled that Coy can return to school and put this behind her,” Kathryn Mathis, Coy’s mother, said in a statement. “All we ever wanted was for Coy’s school to treat her the same as other little girls. We are extremely happy that she now will be treated equally.”
Read more on the story here.
 
(Photo: Denver Post file.)

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denverpost:

Colorado transgender first-grader Coy Mathis wins civil rights case

The Colorado Civil Rights Division has ruled in favor of Coy Mathis, a 6-year-old transgender girl who was barred from using the girls’ bathroom at her elementary school, pictured above.

“Schools should not discriminate against their students, and we are thrilled that Coy can return to school and put this behind her,” Kathryn Mathis, Coy’s mother, said in a statement. “All we ever wanted was for Coy’s school to treat her the same as other little girls. We are extremely happy that she now will be treated equally.”

Read more on the story here.

 

(Photo: Denver Post file.)

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