Tonight, we are young
So let's set the world on fire
We can burn brighter than the sun
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Pardon the way that I stare
There's nothin' else to compare
The sight of you leaves me weak
There are no words left to speak
But if you feel like I feel
Please let me know that it's real
You're just too good to be true
Can't take my eyes off of you
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““I feel lonely for the sound of your voice.” - Anne Clarke”
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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) Dir. Alfonso Cuarón
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(by Aurora Zone)
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““What’s the worst thing I’ve stolen? Probably little pieces of other people’s lives. Where I’ve either wasted their time or hurt them in some way. That’s the worst thing you can steal, the time of other people. You just can’t get that back.” - Chester Bennington”
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“Somehow what we meant to say to each other got lost over the years, time chipping away at our words and wearing them down like waves slapping against stone. With time they lost their meaning. It’s getting hard to recall the nights we were so close we could hardly tell where one body ended and where the other began. These moments don’t leave visible scars, but on some days I find myself wishing they did. I want to look at a scab on my hand and remember that this is where you touched me, once. This is where your fingertips burned me and the skin never stitched back together. You did not manage to scar me that way, but you left a mark on me all the same and still - what we had is so far gone that on most days I can’t even feel a trace of it. But sometimes, when I close my eyes and think of your smile, it’s like I hear your voice on the wind, carried over by a soft breeze that kisses my cheeks. I hear your laughter in the rustling of the leaves and in the rain hitting the pavement. That’s when I know that maybe we should have held on a little longer and it is then that it hits me hardest: how two people might change and adapt, smooth their once jagged edges to fit better together and how they fight to untangle these two pieces of a whole again once it’s over. We spent so many days learning our curves and edges and mistakes to understand the full picture and when it all crashes and burns, we do our best to unlearn it all again. The way you talk softly in your sleep, how your hands have to be occupied at all times, that you never knew what it is like to trust somebody. I know all these things now and have to live with them. And I wonder what the point is - why I’ve tried so hard to get to know you just to forget you again. It feels like I’ve been preparing myself to let you go from the very first time your fingers brushed mine.”
— letting go from the get-go / n.j.
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““It is one of life’s bitterest truths that bedtime so often arrives just when things are really getting interesting.” - Lemony Snicket”
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From a 9th century Irish manuscript, the phrase ‘massive hangover’ (Latheirt) written in the ancient Irish text Ogham. The monk must have been having a very rough day…..
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Fashioned out of bronze, this rune compass is based on an Icelandic magical symbol called Vegvísir. This roughly translates as ‘guidepost’ and the symbol is first found in a late 16th century Icelandic book of spells known as Galdrabók.
It is also found in the Huld Manuscript, which states: 'if this sign is carried, one will never lose one’s way in storms or bad weather, even when the way is not known’.
The rune compass is available here: Bronze Rune Compass Pendant
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