Beware of nsfw, fandoms, perpetual moodiness, bad fanfiction, inconsistency and text posts.
Mood: Listening to sad Shuuneki mixes and eating tear-flavored ice cream
Obsessing over: Ryouta, Tokyo Ghoul, KuroTsuki, Fight Club

The Bird Network

"I must also have a dark side if I am to be whole."
Anonymous said: (whispers tumblr user ganta loves kurotsukki)

Really? We’re mutuals and I didn’t know that. Wow. Thank you for notifying me kind anon.

ascacious said: I always thought your type was the blond guy with glasses who mocks people but has a soft side. And variations of that.

As always, you think well Asc! That’s exactly my type. But unfortunately that type is very hard to find especially when I want them to be well written. That’s pretty much why I feel for Tsukki and Nishiki immediately and now they’re alongside many of my long-time favorites.

East of Eden  — Zella Day


Zella Day
"East Of Eden"
Zella Day EP

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I ignored how you felt and just forced my own feelings on you.

We are unutterably alone, essentially, especially in the things most intimate and most important to us. 

—Rainer Maria Rilke, Letters to a Young Poet (translated by Joan Marie Burnham)
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“I am hard on myself. But isn’t it better to be honest about these things before someone else can use them against you? Before someone else can break your heart? Isn’t it better to break it yourself?”
Stephanie Perkins, Isla and the Happily Ever After (via splitterherzen)
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Anonymous said: I want to write but english isnt my main language ;;

So what if English isn’t your first language? Yes, it can be quite a hurdle but not the kind that is impossible to overcome if you put some effort into doing it. For one - write. Even if you think it’s bad, even if it’s not as good as you want it to be or how you imagined it to be. You can learn a lot through trial and error. Read. As often as you can. Be it fanfiction or popular authors. Let other people’s style help you form you own. Learn new vocabulary daily. I keep a notebook next to me at all times and whenever I find a word I don’t know, I write it down with an English explanation and translation to my language. And then I make sure to use it next time I write. You can’t learn a new word unless you put it to use as soon as possible. Listen and appreciate any feedback you can get. Other people notice things better than you. And last, and most important, don’t ever give up. Especially if you like writing. None of this is professional advice or anything, I’m also just an amateur writer but there’s nothing wrong with being on the way, you know. Just keep going and you’ll get there.

“Never, never tell them. Try and remember that. Never tell anyone anything ever. Never tell anyone anything again.”
Ernest Hemingway, from The Garden Of Eden (via violentwavesofemotion)
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"How far do you think you can chase me while wearing a leash?" (Makishima Shougo)