unpluckable flower of the moon


What my relationships have taught me. (via lozzat)

(via eat-me-drink-tea)

You can be in a relationship for two years and feel nothing; you can be in a relationship for 2 months and feel everything. Time is not a measure of quality; of infatuation, or of love.

What anatomy taught me about love (via ink-trails)

(via queerios-and-milk)

People say that their hearts
fall in love when their brains
tell them not to and that is
complete bull because
our brains are part of
our central nervous systems;

And that means that when my
hands are involuntary shaking
as they’re holding yours,
my head is sending signals
to my peripheral nervous system
causing me to hold earthquakes
between my fingers.

And that means that when the
bronchi in my lungs dilate
to allow more oxygen in so I don’t
have to gasp for air when we’re together,
it is the signals from my brain
telling me that I don’t have to drown
in your ocean.

And that means that when my
heart is accelerating to keep up
with the rest of my racing body,
my brain is the one driving
the show and everything is
automatic because loving you
is out of my control.

So when they say to me it is
the heart versus the brain
I tell them they are wrong
because when I fall in love
it is completely and utterly
and there is no rationalizing
or thinking through for
when I am in love
there is only you.