Me the Tree

Planted, deracinated, planted again

The soreness of past homes stay

Bits of me are left behind

But new bits grow in their place

My roots are carried with me

To soak up the earth I now occupy

Worms keep the soil rich

For nutrients to run up my tree thigh

Initials of love carved into my trunk

Forever there they will be

And of which my roots have drunk

Is eternally part of Me the tree

My branches a place for birds to nest

A home to come back to

Somewhere for their wings to rest

Something we all need to do

Sunshine is soaked though my leaves

A life source from God

For without it I cannot breath

I am only a tree, flawed.

I want to be asked about the thoughts that keep me up at night. For someone to wonder what goes on in my head. To ask what the song is I put on when I want to cry or the one that immediately puts me in a better mood. The things that make me miss home. To wonder how I take my coffee. I want for someone sit and wonder about all the things, big or small, that make me who I am.

Someone is always going to be there to support you. To treasure you. To unconditionally love you.
One who will accept you in your entirety and see your flaws as something beautiful.
Who is this someone? It’s none other than yourself.
—  Nicole Addison @thepowerwithin | Instagram 
I have always been very attracted to danger.
I guess some call me an adrenaline junkie, but its more than that.
I crave things most people are too afraid to do, I am attracted to people others are too afraid to speak to.
I try to keep my reckless behavior to a minimum, I really do.
I try to be less impulsive, more structured, but I just get so bored.
I guess at the end of the day some of us run with lions and some of us run away from them.
I will never be the latter.
—  Danger // Alexandra 
I am so gay because 40% of all homeless youth are LGBTQ
I am so gay because one in 12 trans people will be murdered
I am so gay because the same systems say gay people are less than and need to obliged by our standards of what is normal are the same system that justify police brutality, discrimination, voter discrimination laws.
But most importantly i am so gay because loving resources that provides me with so much strength like my parents that it would be selfish and wrong not to share that with the people that do not have them yet.
-Thomas Lloyd, Why Am I So Gay
Can’t imagine what it’d be like, without the sounds of all my heroes singing all my favorite songs so I can sing along

Camp Rock (2008) Dir. Matthew Diamond ✰ June 20th, 2008