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katia charmaine ponce

20, davao city, philippines.

"the earth is my body, my head is in the stars"

one day i’ll wake up and feel differently about you. i’m afraid that would be the day that i finally decided to get my head out of my ass and place it where it should be in the first place —- atop, controlling all the other organs in my body.

To be different is to be alone.

Luisa Casati (via niemandsrose)

This is true wherever you go—with colleagues, in the loving bosom of family, even amongst the educated sophisticates of Tumblr. Should this aloneness cause one to embrace conformity? Death would be preferable. —Nobody

(via journalofanobody)



I don’t think you understand that you can literally rip my heart out and stomp on it and I’ll apologize for getting your shoes dirty.

the best text I’ve ever received (via soulsscrawl)

Come here and stay here. Not because I asked you to, but because there is no other place you’d rather be. Do it because, every other place you were, before here, didn’t have me.

T (via misjudgments)

dear heavens grant me the patience to tolerate bullshit everyday, amen.

reading the daily newspaper is making me depressed all the more.
coffee please.

I saw my earlier selves as different people, acquaintances I had outgrown. I wondered how I could ever have been some of them.

Roger Zelazny, The Courts of Chaos (via wordsnquotes)

Our lady of immunology.
Madonna of feline leukemia.
Our lady of unpaid anesthesiologist bills.
Virgin of earthquakes on the fortieth floor.
Our lady of diabetic blindness.
Madonna of drudgery.
Our lady of deadpan.
Our lady of drive-by shootings.
Madonna of laboratory animals.
Virgin of the safety deposit box.
Our lady of the sales pitch.
Heavy-lidded Madonna of Thorazine.
Virgin of planetary tensions.
Personal virgin of stainless steel.
Madonna of the iron lung.
Madonna of the stock market.
Our lady of the statewide blackout.
Madonna of radiation sickness.
Madonna of carbon monoxide.
Our lady of genetic mutation.
Virgin of ether.

From Modern Madonnas by Amy Gerstler (via hush-syrup)

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