star from mars

sun – the one who keeps you warm, who is always brushing against you and ensuring that you have vitality, even if you don’t feel it. sometimes they get covered up by clouds or the moon or even the backside of you, but they’re always there and they don’t go away.

mercury – the one who’s fast-paced, who maybe even moves a little too fast for you. they’re too caught up in their own orbit to realize that you’re not having an easy time keeping up. they don’t know how to slow down, and so you get left in the dust.

venus – the jealous one. they’re on a different agenda than you, spinning off in the opposite direction, and yet somehow they manage to get upset when they see you absorbing heat from the sun. fiery red, they try to steal your warmth away by absorbing it themselves.

earth – the one who fascinates you. they’ve got an abundance of something nobody else has, and you’ll never run out of things to learn about them. they make you want to explore not only them, but everything that surrounds them, too.

mars – the easy one. they’re always close by, but they’re also dry and predominantly inhospitable. you can’t stay for long because they just don’t give you enough of what you need.

jupiter – the big one, the one you just can’t let go. they’re chaotic, and their love swirls around you like a cyclone that whips at your hair and tears at your clothes, that invokes a rare sort of excitement in your chest and never stops spinning.

saturn – the soon-to-be-lover you spot across the room at a high school party. they fascinate you with the way they seem to have a sort of light that radiates from them.

uranus – the one with a cold exterior and a diamond heart. they’re guarded, frigid even, and it takes time to work your way past all their defenses and into their core.

neptune – the mysterious one, who your mother takes one look at and rules them as “bad”. they have a short of shadow about their eyes and an impressive set of scars from all of the destruction that whips against their skin.

pluto – the one who is exiled and misunderstood. they seem small and meek, and will latch onto any source of warmth they’re offered, but the warmth is just a luxury because they survive just fine on their own.

—  the planets as people you may love in your lifetime // k.g

New vintage video I made - including my poem “Heaven”. Please watch and leave comments what you think about it ♥ Thanks

Well, my very first musical love has passed away. I had to do something to pay homage to him and collages are what I seem to do these days.

There is a video of me singing, “Rebel, Rebel” when I was still in diapers. No more than 2 years old. He influenced my musical taste and so much of my life. This is a dark day. And cancer is shit.

Rest in peace, Goblin King, Ziggy Stardust… David Bowie. You will be missed by the world.

“Don’t deceive with belief… Knowledge comes with death’s release.” 

Thank you for providing the soundtrack of my life. I can’t remember a time before your influence and it’s hard to even fathom a world without you in it. You are my Elvis… my Lennon… and I didn’t even fully realize that until you were gone. It’s been a hard week, but I take solace in the fact that your inspiration will live on as you transcend through the universe. Rest in Peace, Starman.

kamalakhan-archive-deactivated2  asked:

What r ur fave superman quotes?? Im trying to find some :0

  • My fave is: “Dreams save us. Dreams lift us up and transform us. And on my soul, I swear… until my dream of a world where dignity, honor and justice becomes the reality we all share – I’ll never stop fighting.” (Action Comics, #775). 
  • “…The world is full of exceptional people. The people in the world who do kindnesses, or search for the truth despite their lives being at risk. The engineers, the teachers, the doctors and adoptive parents, the scholars and the firemen, and yes, the journalists. People who risk everything for the sake of others and those who simply try to help those whose need be greater than their own. Those people inspire me, not the other way around.” (Superman: Strange Attractors). 
  • “You’re much stronger than you think you are.” (All-Star Superman)
  • “I’ll always be there. Always. It’s not the powers. Not the cape. It’s about standing up for justice. For truth. As long as people like you [Luthor] are out there, I’ll be there. Always.” (Superman: Up, Up, and Away!)
  • “Do your worst, Luthor. Do it forever. I won’t break. ” (Superman: Reign of Doomsday). 
  • “Vengeance is not justice.” (Superman: Ending Battle)
  • “In this world, there is right and there is wrong…And that distinction is not difficult to make. The powers we have…The things we do…They’re meant to inspire ordinary citizens…Not intimidate them…Not terrify them.” (Kingdom Come). 
  • “Jonathan Kent taught me that the strong have to stand up for the weak and that bullies don’t like being bullied back. He taught me that a good heart is worth more than all the money in the bank. He taught me about life and death. He taught me that the measure of a man lies not in what he says but what he does. And he showed me by example how to be tough, and how to be kind and how to dream of a better world.” (All-Star Superman). 
  • ”Invaders from Mars, creatures on the loose, mad scientists and giant robots… bogeymen, hiding under beds and in closets… I’ve always tried to show you that there’s nothing to be afraid of…That fear was in your mind. But then you showed me that the  greatest threat to  humanity is in your hearts. (Superman: For Tomorrow). 
  • “I already know who I am. I’m a man who knows the benefit of hard work and honesty. A man who knows the difference between right and wrong. A man who can help people all over the world. I’m Clark Kent.” (The Adventures of Superman Vol 2)