my life my lover my lady is the sea

“Well my lover she has kisses of brine
To me it tastes just like
w i n e
On land there’s a rope, awaiting my throat
And a box that’s made out of pine” 

- The Bad Things “Death of the Inferno”

ON THIS DAY September 5th, 1720: Woodes Rogers brands Jack Rackham, Anne Bonny, & Mary Read as pirates.

@blacksailsandredhair, @jackrxckham, & @sicutcanis

“He said, “Brandy, you’re a fine girl

What a good wife you would be

But my life, my lover, my lady is the sea”

On another note: Since the song “Brandy” by „Looking glass“ is clearly meant for Meredith and Ego, and the girl „Brandy“ is supposed to be Meredith, and Ego is the “sailor” leaving her behind because he loves the sea more than he loves her…

… would it be fitting to say that the sea could be seen as Ego’s power that he wanted to spread over the universe?

Because looking at it like that, you could translate the fact that Peter beat Ego with his own power as the fact that the sailor ventured into a storm on sea and got drowned by what the loved more than Brandy.

He came on a summer’s day
Bringin’ gifts from far away
But he made it clear he couldn’t stay
No harbor was his home

The sailor said “Brandy, you’re a fine girl" 

"What a good wife you would be" 
"But my life, my lover, my lady is the sea”

anonymous asked:

Yooo *slides you a fiver* do you have any songs that remind you of fili? And/or kili?

okay thank you for asking i’ve been waiting for this ask all my life

Songs that remind me of Fili:

  1. Burning Stars - Mimicking Birds
  2. Little Lion Man - Tonight Alive’s Mumford and Sons cover
  3. Calls me Home - Shannon LaBrie
  4. Medicine - Daughter
  5. Dirty Paws - Of Monsters and Men
  6. This Time Imperfect - AFI
  7. Find your Love - Drake 
  8. Afterlife - Arcade Fire
  9. Fire and Rain - Birdy
  10. Bittersweet Symphony - Oasis
  11. Fake Plastic Trees - Radiohead
  12. Turning Page - Breaking Dawn Soundtrack (dont look at me)
  13. Do I wanna Know - The Vitamin String Quartet’s Arctic Monkeys cover
  14. Sleep Tonight - Stars
  15. Lion’s Roar - First Aid Kit
  16. Dead Oak’s - Now, Now

Songs that remind me of Kili:

  1. Maybe I’m just Tired - As Tall as Lions
  2. Let your Heart Hold Fast - Fort Atlantic
  3. Laughter Lines - Bastille
  4. Flightless Bird, American Mouth - Iron and Wine
  5. As it Seems - Lily Kershaw 
  6. Live Forever - Oasis
  7. I caught myself - Paramore
  8. Eyes on Fire - Blue Foundation
  9. Fast Car - Tracey Chapman
  10. Memoirs of a Geisha - Yo-Yo Ma, John Williams (the attitude of the song really reminds me of Kili’s nature)
  11. San Fransisco - The Mowglis
  12. Gunshot - Lykke Li
  13. Louder than Thunder - The Devil Wears Prada
  14. What it means to be Alone - The Deer Hunter
  15. First Day Of My Life - Bright Eyes

Fili and Kili

  1. Never Think - Robert Pattinson
  3. The Draw (acoustic) - Bastille
  4. For your Love - Josh Record
  5. Lovers in a Dangerous Time - Barenaked Ladies
  6. I follow Rivers - Lykke Li
  7. Love Love Love - Of Monsters and Men
  8. Wonderwall - Oasis
  9. Dead in the Water - Ellie Goulding
  10. Are You the One I’ve Been Waiting For? - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
  11. A Thousand Years - Christina Perri
  12. Crawled out of the Sea - Laura MArling
  13. House on Fire - Fitz and the Tantrums
  14. You’ll be in my Heart - Phil Collins
  15. Love me like I’m not Made of Stone - Lykke Li (im obsessed im sorry)
  16. Six Degrees of Separation - The Script
  17. Cast No Shadow - Oasis
  18. The Woods - Daughter
  19. Lilith’s Song - Iron and Wine
  20. Gale - The Lumineers
  21. The Big Shift - Maia Vidal
  22. Kiss and Control - AFI
  23. Counting Stars - One Republic
  24. Vienna - The Fray
  25. Sea of Love - Cat Power
  26. I will Follow You Into The Dark - Death cab for Cutie
  27. Better for You - Said the Whale

Okay basically every song and mix ever in my durincest playlist tag as well

Most of these songs you can find in that tag if you wanna listen, but i covered the most important ones i hoped this helped love.

anonymous asked:

♘: Dex/Nursey/Chowder


In reply, Dex snuggled deeper into the blankets- or at least, as deep as he could get into what little he had. Chowder was a huge blanket hog, made all the worse because he was, well, Chowder, and you couldn’t really stay mad at him for long.

“Psst,” Nurse repeated. “Dex, hey.”

Dex screwed his eyes shut tighter, frowning into his pillow, stubbornly clinging to the peace and quiet that had settled over their blanket fort like a blanket all its own.

“PSST,” Nurse said again.

Damn it, Dex thought, before finally turning to face him, propping himself up on an elbow.

“What do you want?”

Nursey opened his mouth, then stopped and let it close again. A long moment passed.

“I forgot,” he admitted.

Dex just looked at him. He let his head fall back and turned his gaze up to the ceiling of the fort, staring at it while questioning his life choices.

“That’s on you, not me. Maybe if you hadn’t taken so long to reply I’d’ve remembered,” Nursey grumbled.

Dex looked at him again and said nothing.

“Don’t look at me like that. You don’t have the right. Me and C are always waiting on you, you shouldn’t be surprised when things like this happen.”

Dex huffed in exasperation and returned to a semi-sitting position.

“What does that even mean?” He asked.

“You know Chowder. He wouldn’t stop talking about all the things he wanted us to do together once you finally got back from summer vacation. Tired himself out with all the excitement and waiting.”

Dex glanced down at the sleeping lump between them. It was true he was usually the last one up between the three of them.

“We’re like those ladies who wander the beach, biding our time until our sailor man returns from the sea,” Nursey continued.

Something small and angry sprang to life inside Dex, lending its teeth to give Dex’s voice a slight edge.

“I don’t know what you want me to say. An apology? You already know I don’t go out there for the fun of it.”

“I was only-damn. You’re right. Just forget it, all right?”

Great. Dex dragged his hands over his face, the frustration melting into exhaustion. He’d just got back to Samwell that day. Things were supposed to be good, he’d wanted them to be good. He’d wanted to leave behind all the rest in the summer where it belonged, though he’d always known that of course, he couldn’t. Still, usually it took a little longer before it all came rushing back. But now-

Dex turned that over in his head, and only then did something Nurse had said strike him as familiar. He laughed, strangely, and Nurse looked at him in concern.

“You paying attention?” He asked.

“You know that I am,” Nursey replied.

Dex lay back down, closed his eyes and let out a long breath.

“Good. Because this is never happening again.”

“What’re you-” Nurse began, though he trailed off into stunned silence when Dex started to quietly sing.

“Nursey wears a braided chain

Made of finest silver from the North of Spain

A locket that bears the name

Of a man that Nursey loves

He came on a summer’s day

Bringin’ gifts from far away

But he made it clear he couldn’t stay

No harbor was his home

The sailors say “Nursey,

you’re a fine man.

What a good partner you’d be.

But my life, my lover, my lady is the sea.”“

For a moment, there was nothing but a silence so complete that Dex wondered if Nursey was holding his breath, too.

The moment ended as quickly as it began, with both of them scrabbling up and away in surprise when the lump between them abruptly sat up, continuing the song in a warbling, muffled voice despite the fort falling apart around them.

"Yeah, Nursey used to watch his eyes
When he told his sailor stories
He could feel the ocean fall and rise
He saw its ragin’ glory
But he had always told the truth, lord, he was an honest man.
And Nursey does his best to understand!”

“Jesus, Chowder, give a guy a warning, would you?” Nursey complained.

But Dex could tell he wasn’t just flustered from the shock alone, and as Chowder pulled the blankets over his head and smiled sheepishly at both of them, he felt something warm settle in his chest; the undeniable feeling that he’d come home.