the world we wanted

Elizabeth. 20. ENTP. Slytherin. Interests: Fairy-tales, folktales, mythology, poetry, television, amateurish creative writing, even more amateurish drawing, doctor who, space travel, time travel, regular old travel, good omens (the book), community (the show), classic literature, modern literature, game of thrones, the meaning of life, terrible biology jokes, bbc sherlock, elementary, detective stories, crime shows, documentaries, kings, the borgias, politics, history, and rambling list structures. Also tattoos. And stand-up comedy.
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Of Monsters And Men,
My Head Is an Animal


little talks // of monsters and men

there’s an old voice in my head that’s holding me back
well tell her that i miss our little talks
soon it will be over and buried with our past
we used to play outside when we were young

(via pauldierden)

If there be any in this assembly, any dear friend of Caesar’s, to him I say, that Brutus’ love to Caesar was no less than his. If then that friend demand why Brutus rose against Caesar, this is my answer: Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more.

faith lehane + mood board
~ [dawn] [anya] [willow]

faith lehane + mood board

~ [dawn] [anya] [willow]

(via fuckthestraightline)

Ignoring your passion is slow suicide. Never ignore what your heart pumps for. Mold your career around your lifestyle not your lifestyle around your career.

My armor is like tenfold shields, my teeth are swords, my claws spears, the shock of my tail a thunderbolt, my wings a hurricane, and my breath death

(via a-tale-or-2-to-tell)

Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other side of fear.
George Addair  (via thymoss)

(via thymoss)


Section 8, Police and Criminal Evidence Act. A magistrate may issue a warrant authorising the search of a premises provided there are reasonable grounds for believing the location contains material with substantial evidentiary value. It’s my assessment that saying ‘the gun was in the dog’ will not be judged by the issuing magistrate to have met those criteria.”

(via manticoreimaginary)


"Slytherins have a more cynical view on the world, and believe that there is darkness in the hearts of all, some are just unwilling to accept it. They think anyone who doesn’t realize this is naive or perhaps even stupid, and because of this they can easily clash with Gryffindors or laugh at Hufflepuffs. This said, Slytherins are absolutely in no way evil, some are actually very good. 

They simply have a drive that carries their life, and if you get in their way you better watch out. Slytherins have an almost bloodthirsty craving for success, and if they don’t think they can achieve this then they can easily fall into a darker place of self-loathing and take this out on others. Love and accomplishment are the two things that mean the most to them, and they do not understand that the need for the latter can drive away the former, and when the feeling of pride fades or they fail at something, their possible lack of something dear and close to them can hit, and when it hits it hits hard. 

Slytherins are very emotional, however unlike Gryffindors they very rarely show it. Instead they bottle it up, using it in other ways, some of which may be artistic. 

Slytherins can very easily connect to art or music. Slytherins usually pick one subject they feel for and stick with it, rather than focusing on them all. 

This can be an issue academically, and some Slytherins may even drop out of school, but despite this their ambition will drive them to doing something they love, or they will have a downward spiral into depression. Lawyers, doctors and artists are often Slytherins.”

- Slytherins: Hogwarts, A History; found and originally posted to Tumblr by bloodydeliberations

(via thymoss)

Satisfaction is not in my nature.

Satisfaction is not in my nature.

(via foriamsincerity)

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Wye Oak,


Two Small Deaths | Wye Oak

I’m saving up all of my strength for when I finally fail at keeping you safe.

(via gatheringbones)


Jenny Holzer

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