Early 19th Century
Son… I’m Captain Jack Sparrow.
I got that comic con, comic con sadness
Slumber, Isaac Snowman
a person of my age probably shouldn’t care this much about dead greeks
“I am sure there is Magic in everything, only we have not sense enough to get hold of it and make it do things for us”
Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lord Byron.
Byron: Alas! poor Shelley – how he would have laughed – had he lived, and how we used to laugh now & then – at various things – which are grave in the Suburbs. – You are all mistaken about Shelley – – you do not know – how mild – how tolerant – how good he was in Society – and as perfect a Gentleman as ever crossed a drawing room; – when he liked & where he liked.
Shelley: I have no other news to tell you, my dear Lord Byron, unless you think this is news: that I often talk, and oftener think, of you; and that, though I have not seen you for six months, I still feel the burden of my own insignificance and impotence; as they must ever forbid my interest in your welfare from being put to the proof. Adieu.
her eyes spoke what her heart felt.
her eyes spoke what her mouth couldn’t.