"Black is the color of light."
— Henry Matisse, as quoted by Alexander Theroux in the essay, “Black” (via youngfolksociety)
(Source: mythologyofblue, via youngfolksociety)
"I want to kiss you good morning between your legs and taste your dreams of us"
— Vitor Hugo Mota (via likeawindiamfree)
(Source: permeate, via likeawindiamfree)
"You have my permission not to love me;
I am a cathedral of deadbolts
and I’d rather burn myself down
than change the locks."
— Rachel McKibbens, “Letter From My Brain To My Heart” (via feellng)
"All women speak two languages:
the language of men
and the language of silent suffering.
Some women speak a third,
the language of queens."
— Mohja Kahf, The Marvelous Women (via thatkindofwoman)
(Source: rabbitinthemoon, via thatkindofwoman)