Most people spend time exploring their outside environment: networking with people, trying a new restaurant, traveling to other countries.

I spend most of my time exploring internally: what I feel, why I feel that certain way, how I was raised to become who I am today and how I’m constantly molding to become someone else.

I used to feel so messy as a person like a spill in a supermarket aisle that would never get cleaned up. But I think I’m finally coming together into someone coherent. 


Early morning

(via absentions)

"I’m not where I need to be, but thank god I’m not where I used to be."

— (via thegoodvybe)

(Source: feellng, via 07131117)

"His mind was a library and I wanted to read all the books"

— (via alittlebitoflace)

(Source: eauyouth, via justcallme-jay)

(Source: ootdfash, via absentions)

"It is both a burden and a blessing, to feel everything as deeply as i do."

Della Hicks-Wilson (via thatkindofwoman)

(Source: dellahickswilson, via absentions)

(Source: hollydainty, via fragmentized)


I’m a ghost
that everyone can see;

— Franz Wright, from “Empty Stage,” in The Beforelife: Poems (Alfred A. Knopf, 2001)

(Source: apoetreflects, via absentions)

Nights like these they make me miss you