Evini özlemek.
En zor özlem bu olsa gerek. Evini özleyen insan sadece cismi özlemez anılarını özler ailesi yahut aile dediği insanları özler normalde yolda görse sinirlenip ayağıyla kenara ittiği taşı bile özler. Zor gelir ayrı kalmak bazen de manasız dersin kendi kendine ölümlü dünya değil mi benim burda işim ne gideyim güzel evime. Bazen geleceğin için bazen hayatını eline alabilmen için bazen ayakta kalabilmek için bazense dönecek bir evin olmadığı için durursun öylece. Ama siz siz olun ne kadar ağır ne kadar zor gelse de dönecek bir eviniz varsa hiçbir şey için üzülmeyin. Çünkü unutmayın döneceksiniz.

At least you don’t have to travel too far to get here. 
gladiolus are very beautiful i agree, I have a few different types off them here myself.

I really enjoy strange flowers, especially those that contrast the usual “sweet smelling flower”!
i too own some Carrion flowers, they are rare and hard to deal with at times but i do so very much love them!!

And thank you for the complement sweet pea.

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I’m not crying!

Annalise x Eve | Hey Now [+2.07] by CristinaO

Hey guys! Remember that sketch? Yep i’m done painting it! I’ll replace this pic tomorrow with the scanned version. Cant scan rn cause the paint is still wet :3

Annnnnyways, i promised this last friday, but uh i got distracted by re:zero and mystic messenger lol oops

On a side note, i realised, that while mixing the paint for their eyes, they are a mix of blue with primary colours. I cant explain it well but what i mean is:

Mikleos eyes: blue+red=violet
Soreys eyes: blue+yellow=green
And the clothes they wear are dif shades of blue (if you ignore the shepherds cloak)

I mean they could have made someones eyes orange. It wouldn’t clash with soreys feathers and mikleo already has yellow on his clothes so i dont think orange eyes on him would look too bad either so ummm… taking off my shipping glasses now.

Based on this fic


On this day in music history: September 25, 1965 - “Eve Of Destruction” by Barry McGuire hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 1 week. Written by P.F. Sloan and Steve Barri, it is the biggest hit for the folk-rock singer from Oklahoma City, OK. Originally a member of the legendary folk music group The New Christy Minstrels, Barry McGuire is one of the first artists signed to producer Lou Adler’s Dunhill Records in early 1965. McGuire records a number of songs for his first album including “California Dreamin’”, though his vocals are wiped from the master tape (though part of his vocal on the intro is still audible on the released recording), and The Mamas & Papas add their vocals to the track, becoming their breakthrough hit. Adler assigns staff songwriter and producers P.F. Sloan and Steve Barri to work with McGuire. Influenced by Bob Dylan, the pair begin writing a song about the growing anti-war sentiment over Vietnam, The Cold War and struggle over Civil Rights, openly expressing fears about where those conflicts may lead. Recorded in July of 1965, “Eve Of Destruction” features members of The Wrecking Crew playing on the track including Hal Blaine (drums), Larry Knechtel (bass) and P.F. Sloan himself (guitar). McGuire records his vocal in a single take, and the song is given a quick rough mix. The producers play the just completed “Destruction” for Dunhill Records VP Jay Lasker who loves it immediately and believes that it will be a hit. Leaving a copy of the tape with the executive, the song ends up on the radio the same afternoon. Lasker gives the tape to a promotion man at the label who takes it over to KFWB in Los Angeles who in turn begin airing it immediately as “an exclusive”. At first, Adler, Sloan and Barri are upset since they feel the record “isn’t finished”, but it matters not. “Destruction” is an instant smash and is rush released by Dunhill in early August of 1965. Entering the Hot 100 at #58 on August 21, 1965, it rockets to the top of the chart five weeks later. Though Barry McGuire does have another major pop hit after his chart topping debut, he becomes a born-again Christian in the early 70’s carving out a successful career as a Contemporary Christian music artist. After the incident at Columbine High School in 1999, McGuire begins performing “Eve Of Destruction” again after many years of declining to perform it in concert.