rrah:

getting jazzed to be back in these tree soon!
photo of anna, taken by kaylee

yeeeeee

rrah:

getting jazzed to be back in these tree soon!

photo of anna, taken by kaylee

yeeeeee

driving jam

friends they are jewels twice as beautiful and few

There are times that walk from you like some passing afternoon
Summer warmed the open window of her honeymoon
And she chose a yard to burn but the ground remembers her
Wooden spoons, her children stir her Bougainvillea blooms

There are things that drift away like our endless, numbered days
Autumn blew the quilt right off the perfect bed she made
And she’s chosen to believe in the hymns her mother sings
Sunday pulls its children from their piles of fallen leaves

There are sailing ships that pass all our bodies in the grass
Springtime calls her children ‘till she let’s them go at last
And she’s chosen where to be, though she’s lost her wedding ring
Somewhere near her misplaced jar of Bougainvillea seeds

There are things we can’t recall, blind as night that finds us all
Winter tucks her children in, her fragile china dolls
But my hands remember hers, rolling ‘round the shaded ferns
Naked arms, her secrets still like songs I’d never learned

There are names across the sea, only now I do believe
Sometimes, with the windows closed, she’ll sit and think of me
But she’ll mend his tattered clothes and they’ll kiss as if they know
A baby sleeps in all our bones, so scared to be alone

"Before you speak-ask yourself: Is it kind, is it necessary, is it true, does it improve upon the silence?"

Shirdi Sai Baba. (via curvesincolor)

thoughts / words / word garbage / thought garbage
INTENTIONAL. LOVING? HONEST. IS IT? DOES ANYONE ELSE CARE?

(via hiohmy)


Are you still in love with her?

Are you still in love with her?

(Source: factoseintolerant, via simplici-tea)

nevver:

Lisa Golightly

!! wow

(via simplici-tea)

design-is-fine:

Gustav Klimt, A Morning by the Pond, 1899. More about Klimt: © Leopold Museum, Vienna.

design-is-fine:

Gustav Klimt, A Morning by the Pond, 1899. More about Klimt: © Leopold Museum, Vienna.

(via simplici-tea)

k-cady:

Campin’ folk. Grandma Chub and friends.

k-cady:

Campin’ folk. Grandma Chub and friends.

(via simplici-tea)