A Moment's Nostalgia

"Don’t wait for the perfect moment, take the moment and make it perfect"
— 4 days ago with 65 notes
The Habits I’ve Changed Over Time

I saw the way she
ordered over easy eggs,
only to scramble them onto toast.
There was a uniqueness in it
that I wanted to hold.
To be able to say 
"I got it from my mother."

I saw the way he
drank his coffee
completely black and strong.
There was a boldness to it
that I wanted to adapt to.
To be able to think
"I drowned my coffee in creamer
until I had met him.”

I saw the way they
traded one flame with another,
filling rooms with fumes of incense
There was a tranquil surrounding
and serenity in my environment.
To be able to breathe
"They taught me how to
ease my mind.”

I saw the way people
carry their distinct habits
in ways that helped define them.
There was enlightenment in it
that I wanted to consume.
To be able to know
"Parts of my loved ones
are now parts of me.” 

— 3 weeks ago with 7 notes
#writing  #prose  #habits  #poem  #life  #adapt  #love  #family  #free verse  #personal  #change  #proud  #nostalgia 

onthelosingside:

cloisteredself:

if you are not utterly heart melted by these two, what the fuck is wrong with you.

This is the cutest thing I have ever seen. 

(Source: hiddlesy, via theperksofhaving)

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indiexmusic:

The new Broods absolutely slays. Check out their gloriously synthy Mother & Father.

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