mylifeasqueenb:

girls all go to the bathroom together because that’s where we rap battle

(via talk-to-trees)

writingsforwinter:

obscurings:

I am so excited that this finally came!! (And I also think the hand addressed envelope is so much more personal—Where Are You Press is so cool!!)
Meggie Royer is one of my favorite discoveries on tumblr.

Thank you so much again! :)
My second book, Healing Old Wounds With New Stitches, is now perfect-bound and pocket-sized!!!! :D So the print copies won’t look like the original saddle-stitched ones, but instead will actually have a spine and be hardback, and will be small enough to fit in your pocket! :D
They can be purchased through etsy as a print copy or digital copy.
I’m using all funds from the book sales for my college tuition.
<3
noelbadgespugh:

city chunk color
Maybe I am my own happening.
Maybe I am the beginning of the story,
before you walk in with your bad jokes
and your three years of silence
scattered across the turnpike.
I am trying to think about the moment
that I started crying, and I think it
was when I realized that all of my poems
were about you.
But maybe they weren’t.
Maybe I was just drawing you in between
the line breaks because I was lonely
and didn’t know how else to fill in the moments.
Maybe I am my own poem.
Maybe I am the reason my hands shake,
why I can’t say no to you even when
you aren’t asking me for anything.
Maybe I am the bad days.
Maybe I am my own sun.
Maybe I am in charge of my own undoing, of my own healing.
Who taught me to thank the ones
who didn’t want to stay?
Who taught me that you were something
to hurt about?
Maybe it was me.
I think it was.
Maybe I want to rest my tongue in
my own mouth and maybe I don’t
actually need anything from you.
I could be the moment it all started.
I could be responsible for the violins
in my throat, for the piano in
my teeth.
Maybe you were never the music in me.
Maybe I have always been singing.
- Caitlyn Siehl, Piano Teeth (via avvfvl)

(via 0aklungs)

Le monde est grand, mais en nous
Il est profonde comme la mer.

The world is large, but in us
it it as deep as the sea.
- Rainer Maria Rilke, opening quote to Gaston Bachelard’s Intimate Immensity, in The Poetics of Space (via hiddenshores)

(Source: rozenstruikjes, via 0aklungs)

crying amazing
equilibrious:

CRISTINA
writingsforwinter:

drowningsyllables:

so excited and happy to finally have this!! :)

My second book, Healing Old Wounds With New Stitches, can be purchased through etsy as a print copy or digital copy.
The print copies are now perfect-bound and pocket-sized!!!! :D So they won’t look like this saddle-stitched one, but will actually have a spine and be hardback, and will be small enough to fit in your pocket! :D


want so hard ugh