...aren't we all

great comet songs ft. alternate titles
  • prologue: okay we get it andrey isn't here
  • pierre: sad old man rethinks his life choices
  • moscow: have fun attempting to pronounce all the russian last names
  • the private and intimate life of the house: andrey's family is definitely totally messed up
  • natasha & bolkonskys: andrey's family really doesn't like natasha
  • no one else: natasha is feeling Emotions
  • the opera: the song where things begin their slow decline
  • natasha & anatole: natasha is Frightened
  • natasha lost: natasha is still Frightened
  • the duel: sad old man shoots a man
  • sunday morning: andrey still isn't here
  • charming: loudly and proudly mispronouncing "charmante"
  • the ball: the slow decline is now a pretty steady decline
  • letters: lonely old man is lonely, frightened young girl is frightened, anatole doesn't know how to write his own love letters
  • sonya & natasha: explain the letters natasha
  • sonya alone: sonya is trying Her Best and that's what counts
  • preparations: maybe anatole should have listened to pierre and dolokhov
  • balaga: the famous troika driver has arrived bitches
  • the abduction: a scoundrel? in MY house? it's more likely than you think
  • in my house: congratulations, you played yourself
  • a call to pierre: "anatole tried to elope with natasha" "whAT THE FU-"
  • find anatole: find that motherfucker and fight him
  • pierre & anatole: congratulations, you played yourself (reprise)
  • natasha very ill: poisoning yourself due to extreme guilt is a Bad Idea
  • pierre & andrey: holy shit look it's the song where andrey finally isn't not here
  • pierre & natasha: confessing one's love for someone solely because the aforementioned someone is ill and sad ??
  • the great comet of 1812: *looks at comet* #same #relatable #about me

anonymous asked:

Akira is just 707 in disguise

Reblog if you think the boy on the left is just as beautiful as the boy on the right.

ok so i guess i’ll post this too bc now i’m getting too invested in other things and i have no idea when (or if) i’ll be able to finish the rest 

but!! these are the designs i was thinking of for the other kids y’know

When anyone tries to tell me how much better education was “in the good old days”.

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Super old BnHa fanart I drew last summer. I decided to clean some up because I caught up with the manga today. It’s one of my favorite series!

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Their first and last mission together.

When did “I’d rather die than go anywhere with this guy” turn into “I’ll go anywhere with this guy even if it means I can die”?

anonymous asked:

poetry book recs, kind sir?

ooooooh YES!! 

ok so I’m going to leave out stuff that’s Too Obvious, which means a lot of this is niche (to me) or contemporary, and… I recently had a canary on twitter about how much ~*~modern~*~ poetry GETS MY GOAT. I’m reading a lot of New poets/collections this year purely because I… didn’t really read that much contemporary stuff before, and I thought I should branch out. (so far I’m dubious.) so, yes – obviously Plath, Blake, Hughes, Sappho, Eliot, Keats, Shelley, etc. etc. ad nauseum, The Greats, yadda yadda, here’s some others.

so far this year I’ve read (and ENJOYED - I’m not reccing the ones I wasn’t into/thought were pants, soz): 

  • Letters From Medea by Salma Deera
  • Grief Is the Thing with Feathers by Max Porter
  • Hold Your Own by Kate Tempest (I actually LOVED this) 
  • Mouthful of Forevers by Clementine von Radics
  • War of the Foxes by Richard Siken (of YOU’RE SITTING IN A CAR WITH A BEAUTIFUL BOY, AND HE WON’T TELL YOU THAT HE LOVES YOU, BUT HE LOVES YOU fame) 

I’ve also read and loved:

  • Teaching My Mother How to Give Birth by Warsan Shire
  • The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy by Tim Burton
  • The Curse of the Vampire’s Socks and Other Doggerel by Terry Jones
  • Love Poems by Carol Ann Duffy
  • Let Us Compare Mythologies by Leonard Cohen

my personal 10/10 all-time go-tos are:

  • Crush by Richard Siken (despite appearing on every single tumblr graphic between 2011 and 2013, it still gets me in the heart guts)
  • The World’s Wife by Carol Ann Duffy (which I have loved wholeheartedly since I was 17 years old)
  • pretty much any collection of Great War poetry: Up the Line to Death, Men Who March Away, Lads: Love Poetry of the Trenches (the Great War poets are my favourite. like, of all poetry, ever)

my favourite individual poems, as we’re on the subj, are: 

finally, a heads up: youtube literally anything by Brave New Voices, sit back, prepare to be Shook. ‘Transcript of Civil Rights’ by Shanita Jackson and Dakota Oder still DESTROYS ME five years later.

THERE YA GO. not much, but not nothing! enjoy!! maybe?!?

it is 3 june 2017. barca are in the champions league final after a series of historic comebacks, each more improbable than the next. they beat juve 6-2 at the camp nou to go through 6-5 on aggregate, and lose 5-0 away to bayern munich but beat them 6-0 at home. they lose the final 4-0. when interviewed, barca players appear horrified to learn that contrary to what they expected, there is no return leg at the camp nou.