Why thank you style.com for being retarded
utah blue sky im listening, im glistening utah blue sky and im gone
Beneath the surface
of faces friends family
Who are you?
Under your skinny figure and fancy clothes
to tell me
blowing carefully constructed hair from your face
you´re better than me
Bigger than me (because you´re smaller than me)
More important than me, more
Successful than me
Yes just who are you?
And who allowed you, constructed the word so that,
Perceive yourself as
All the ugly girls who hide pimples behind
long bangs and pain behind
fake fuck-it-all-attitude, mastering the art of fandom
online, seething pain through
not-so-well-written, thinly disguised metaphors for their own lives fan fiction
and or original (well not so much) novels
about a female hero conquering dragons, virginity and
finding out that she well duh is of course pretty for
no one could ever possibly want to read about an ugly girl,
an ugly girl, like you,
hiding behind bangs and crippling self loathing,
an ugly girl who´ll one day realize
a. appearances are nothing and b. she is worth so much more
than a random pretty face.
For ugly girls who one day realize
for the millionth time that they are indeed not pretty - but for the first time in
their life they too realize that it doesn’t fucking matter
what so ever.
in the spring
open up like your arms
Wafer thin yet strong
Perfect for their purpose
were their purpose to hold me
Yet so lightly
Then wither away
The so-called “pro-life” movement’s philosophy.
One of the best political cartoons that I’ve seen.
You know what pisses me off about this? Really, REALLY pisses me off? That’s George (H.W.) Bush holding that umbrella. He was president 1981-1989. Do you get that?
It means that the right have not budged an inch on their ridiculous pro-foetus, anti-actual-persons position in THIRTY GODDAMN YEARS. We should not still be having this argument! Thirty year old political cartoons should be bafflingly opaque, not crystal clear!
^ Reblogging again for that comment.
The Velvet Underground at the Boston Tea Party, 1967