A playlist for a the young revolutionary in modern times named Enjolras [listen]

1.’A Mirror Without′ - Royal Wood | 2.’Potions’ - SEE | 3.’Handsome Devil’ -The Smiths | 4.’Glory and Gore’ - Lorde | 5.’Égalité’ - Égalité | 6.’Paris Is Burning’ - St. Vincent | 7.’Evergreen’ - Broods | 8.’ Dernière Danse’ - Indila | 9.’Je Te Pardonne’ - Maître Gims | 10.’The Greatest’ - Sia | 11.’Revolution Radio’ - Green Day | 12.’Closer’ - Tegan and Sara | 13.’Paint It Black’ - The Rolling Stones | 14.’Far Too Young To Die’ - Panic! At The Disco | 15.’Naive’ - The Kooks |

  • Apollo: Listen, Percy, I really need your help with this whole fallen god thing--
  • Percy: Absolutely not.
  • Annabeth: Listen, Percy, I really need your help with this whole Norse cousin sea voyage thing--
  • Percy: Yes. What do you need? When do we leave? I'm calling my dad right now. I think I can convince some other sea deities to help. Are you okay? I love you--
HOW TO LOVE A GOD:
 
i. be prepared to burn. there is no way this will not spell tragedy, and you know this singsong melody of warning bells: your father’s gentle words, the restless-reckless humming beneath your skin. if you want to love a god, learn to ignore it.
 
ii. throw yourself off cliffs to teach yourself how to fly. throw yourself off cliffs to teach yourself how to fall.
 
iii. hollow out your body, divest yourself of these useless mortal organs. fill yourself with longing instead.
 
iv. know that there are only a handful of gods but a world of mortals. you will not be the first glint of metal to catch the light of the sun, and no matter what you weave into your heart at night, you will not be the last.
 
v. never forget that you will burn.
—  ICARUS’ GUIDE TO LOVING APOLLO | mythology reimagined #5 | paperharbors