1. I left my favorite pair of underwear at your house. I know your mother hates me, can I come pick them up?
2. It’s been almost a month and I still miss you like a fucking limb.
3. I didn’t know my bones could ache until I met you.
4. You know, a week before we broke up, do you remember? I had bought a book of poetry. You asked why I didn’t read something more interesting and I could feel my insides splinter.
5. You said poetry was all lies dressed up to sound pretty. When I look at you these days, I want to ask if sadness sounds pretty to you too.
6. It’s 3 a.m. and this alcohol tastes like you.
7. I saw you staring at me today during Lit class. I smiled at you and you didn’t smile back. I almost cried.
8. The girl who sits next to me smells like you.
9. I miss you.
10. I have never had so many bad nights.
11. Sometimes I write poetry about you on the internet. Strangers who have never met either of us think you’re cruel – they tell me if they had the honor of loving me, we’d have sex three times a day and they’d scream my name when they came.
12. They think it is beautiful, how I am broken. I don’t think they understand.
13. You used to tell me I was beautiful. I tried saying it in the mirror the other day, but it sounded wrong without your mouth wrapped around it.
14. Everything I say sounds wrong without your mouth wrapped around it.
15. We were never in love, but, oh God, we could have been.
Three simple ways to celebrate International Book Giving Day!
1. Give a Book to a Friend or Relative.
2. Leave a Book in a Waiting Room or Lobby.
3. Donate a Book.
awww!!! <3 fuck valentine’s day, the 14th of February is international book giving day !!!
A szeretleken nagyjából azt értem,
hogy hiányzol akkor is,
ha itt vagy.
— Simon Márton: Polaroidok (via frombudapestwithlove)
gotta love john watson aka when big fandoms meet <3
sooo accurate. love it
so excited !
So last week, Sarah and I saw an early cut of The Fault in Our Stars movie in Los Angeles.
We loved it. Really. It’s funny and sad and deeply moving and I walked out of the screening room a crying, joyful mess. Ansel and Shailene make for a wonderful Gus and Hazel, and yeah just wow.
I’m so grateful to everyone involved with the movie and of course I’ll have much more to say about it in the future, but for now I’m just very happy to be able to tell you that it is really good (although still not finished!) and that I am VERY EXCITED for June 6th, when it will be in theaters around the U.S.
It must be fun…cry at your own novel- film adaptation. Love this guy.