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Hell isn’t even close
to how I felt
when I knew
that I was slowly
losing
you.

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This hurts to read

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aieshamyles:

lickdacake:

ssweet-dispositionn:

fuckedupwonderlandd:

little-sub-princess:

I feel this on a spiritual level

So relevant though..

HAHAHA

Lmao


Lmaoooo

aieshamyles:

lickdacake:

ssweet-dispositionn:

fuckedupwonderlandd:

little-sub-princess:

I feel this on a spiritual level

So relevant though..

HAHAHA

Lmao

Lmaoooo

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Cause you never think that the last time is the last time. You think there will be more. You think you have forever, but you don’t.
Meredith Grey, Grey’s Anatomy (via barebonedandcrazyy)

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icametogetstoned:

xx092813:

THIS 👌

Same. I love that “gay shit.”

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mumfordand2ndcousins:

yelyahgf:

the-art-of-blood:

smoke-this-last-cigarette:

overratedsuicide:

I did this because I wanted to show my bestfriend how much she is needed. Please don’t hate.

i started crying

I’m crying to

IM LITERALLY BALLING Oh my gosh

rooftopsandwildflowerz

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instagram:

Appreciating Architecture with @yukomouton

For more of Yuko’s collection of architecture, follow @yukomouton on Instagram.

“I can’t quite describe my fascination with architecture in words, but I think I am intrigued by the idea of creating space,” says Tokyo Instagrammer Yuko Kawauchi (@yukomouton). While architectural photography is mainly a personal interest for Yuko, it also becomes a source of inspiration for her work as a fashion designer. “Geometric shapes found in buildings,” she explains, “do shine through in my pattern sketches and cuttings.”

Yuko’s initial appreciation for architecture developed after she went to an old building to take photos for Instagram. “I had thought that architecture and fashion were two completely different fields until then, but they actually do share certain terminologies and that got me further interested.”

Now, Yuko’s Instagram photos have become a collection of uniquely shaped structures found all over Tokyo—as well as from other cities around the world—including museums, churches, libraries and apartment buildings. “I don’t consider my photos to be a work of art,” she says. “I share these photos hoping to inform people about these locations and spark their curiosity about visiting them.”