guess what they did

Heart Donor

I woke up in that

hospital bed

and looked outside to

see a world of beauty but

it was like I couldn’t recognize it.

I saw all the colors and the

breeze through trees and

it looked like a movie or

a dream but

I didn’t see the point

of it.

I couldn’t see how wonderful

it was and at first

it didn’t scare me at first

I was fine with it because

I’m alive right?

Doctors streamed in

once I woke up and

they stuck me with needles and

told me my heart

had given out that

they’d had to do a surgery that

at the last minute someone

had stepped forward and

gave me what I needed so now

I’m sitting here watching the birds

while they sleep in a grave and

I guess I know why I lost

all the beauty because

they didn’t see any themselves

and the heart I now own is

only beating off track to

a tune they once played and

I can’t seem to find the right song

that it demands.

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Key’s “art”
Also you pronounce Andromache, like Andro-MA-Key
Something like that lol.
[even tho I’m sure you all know, ‘cause I didn’t lol]

I’ll probably call her Key even tho I’ve been calling her Andro the whole time b/c I didn’t know how to pronounce her name until I googled it. 

While Reading Harry Potter And The Cursed Child...

I came to the part in the beginning with the sorting hat.

Does this mean he has legs of his own? If so then…

Oh no

I don’t think its fate thats making Rose tense

He puts himself on her head…

Is this how it works?

anonymous asked:

Have you ever considered doing character fusion art? Sorta like that steven universe thing, except with bnha characters.

Never really thought about doing them before and I dunno why since I love that kinda art??? So here, have the ot3 these were seriously fun


Fun Fact of The Day: This dolphin here is actually using the puffer fish as a drug to induce a trance-like state. The skin of the puffer fish, in small amounts, is known to produce a narcotic effect. The behavior was captured by an award winning wildlife documentary producer, John Downer, and a zoologist, Rob Pilley, who states “Young dolphins are purposely experimenting with something we know to be intoxicating. After chewing it gently and passing it around, they began acting most peculiarly, hanging around with their noses at the surface as if fascinated by their own reflection.”