underneath the happiness is this indescribable sense of doom,

as if the depression is the foundation that all my other feelings are built off of,

as if my emotions were a skyscraper, 
my happiness would be closest to the sun,

but it is the sadness that touches the Earth and keeps me grounded.

Love makes you the bulldozer.
Love builds you from the bottom up.

—  February 21st, 2017 (k.p.k)

The King Of Darkness - Tirich Mir (7,708 m), Hindu Kush, Pakistan.

Tirich Mir is the highest mountains outside Himalayas-Karakoram Range and the highest mountain in the Hindu Kush Range. It is believed the origin of the name Tirich Mir is “King of Tirich” as Tirich is the name of a side valley of the Mulkhow valley of Chitral which leads up to Tirich Mir. An alternative etymology derives its name from the Wakhi language. In Wakhi trich means shadow or darkness and mir means king so Tirich Mir means king of darkness. It could have got this name as it causes long shadows on the Wakhan side of its face.


The difference between falling in love and falling off a sixteen-storey building is that you only get road rash from one. You can tell everybody that you can still feel exactly where his lips last hit you and they will shrug their shoulders and say, “but where is the blood? Where is the scar? If he touched you that much, shouldn’t it have become part of who you are?”
—  WHERE IS THE SCAR (k.p.k)