"You know,
You know I don’t believe in soulmates
And forevers,
But what if,
Once upon a time,
At the age of dinosaurs,
We were atoms in the same molecule?
And what if,
Bit by bit
We got separated,
And now we spend each of our lives
Wandering the planet
Trying to find
That other half.
And it’s not about forever,
It’s just about a moment of wholeness,
Where everything fits,
When life isn’t scary
And there are no sharp edges.
And maybe in the next life
We’ll wander a little bit less,
And be whole for a little bit more."
m.v., The first time I kissed you, your lips felt like home.  (via findingwordsforthoughts)

I thought we came in here to talk.

"I am profoundly enchanted by the flowing complexity in you."
— John Keats, from a letter to Fanny Brawne dated 5 November 1820 (via violentwavesofemotion)


"When my fiancé Sam asked me to marry him, he took us to New York and proposed in a very personal romantic way." - Laura Haddock

"When my fiancé Sam asked me to marry him, he took us to New York and proposed in a very personal romantic way." - Laura Haddock

acompletelife:

Studio Castillero

acompletelife:

Studio Castillero

"With you,
I don’t feel butterflies in my stomach,
no,
I feel a thousand stars
exploding in my chest
at the same time."
m.v., We are supernova (via findingwordsforthoughts)
"He saw her before he saw anything else in the room."
— Fitzgerald, F. Scott. ”One Interne.” (via wordsnquotes)
melisica:

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