This poem was written by @inkskinned whose work I absolutely love it’s the first part of one of her poems it reads

“You tell me I’m a cynic because I don’t believe in cutting flowers. I tell you I can’t watch them dying. You say the point is to appreciate beauty is fleeting.”

anonymous asked:

It's been Harry's birthday for just a few hours and there are already more people who have wished him Happy Birthday than the people who congratulated Louis on his first child. How people cannot fine this strange is beyond words.

Aaaaah, this seems quite on point to me! Very much on point!

But, hey, it’s all normal, why would one even question it?!


Your fault Apollo, your punishment. 
My father’s voice still rings in my ears.Can you believe Zeus blamed me for the god’s battle with gaea? Just because the earth goddess duped one of my grandchildren- Octavian- into plunging the Greek and Roman demigods into a civil war that nearly destroyed human civilization. I ask you, how was that my fault?
Now I’m cast out of Olympus in the form of a sixteen year old boy, name and all! Sadly I’ve been grounded this way before. I know I will face many troubles and hardships. I can only hope that if I  muster through them and prove myself somehow, Father will forgive me and allow to become a god again.
But this time my situation seems slightly more dangerous. One of my ancient adversaries knows I am here and is having me followed.  The Oracle of Delphi remains dark, unable to input  prophecies. Most embarrassing of all, I am bound to serve a demigod street urchin who defends herself by threatening curious tourists.
Zeus could not possibly expect me to find the Oracle prophecies by myself. Not in my present weak condition. It’s time for me to drop in on Camp Half-blood, where I might find some talented toddlers ….er, I mean heroes to help. They will welcome me as a celebrity. They will bring me lovely offerings, like peeled grapes, cheese and- uh gods- perhaps even livestock!
Mmmm, Yes. If I survive this, I really want to write an ode to the power of heaven…

Yasssss!!!!!!! If anyone has any suggestions on how it would sound better send me a message. And a big thank you to everyone who helped, I’m send you all a personal thank you message to thank you later!

My eyes hurt a little now.

  • Clary:Alec just say it. You'll feel better. You're in love with jace
  • Alec:That’s disgusting. And wrong. I don’t even get– why would– I’ve never been in love with anyone. It’s none of your- you have- the nerve, the audacity, Jace is my parabatai, technically. And he is terrible, face-wise. And how- how- do I know, frankly, that you’re not in love with him? Maybe you are. Maybe you’re trying to throw me off? Hmm check and mate.

Harry Potter & Ginny Weasley

“And he knew that at that moment, they understood each other perfectly, and when he told her what he was going to do now, she would not say ‘be careful’ or ‘don’t do it’, but she would accept his decision because she would not have expected anything less of him.”

@actualwizardbillykaplan happy birthday, Kim!

  • *in the lab*
  • Sherlock:*working*
  • Molly:*working*
  • Sherlock:*casually* Do you want to get married?
  • Molly:*pauses; looks around*
  • Molly:*confused* M-married?
  • Sherlock:To me, yes.
  • Molly:*chuckles nervously* Not...not 'married', though?
  • Sherlock:Yes.
  • Molly:*alarmed* What, like 'married'?
  • Sherlock:*irritated* Yes, married though.
  • Molly:*rolls her eyes* Yeah,'s not like a husband and wife type thing, is it?
  • Sherlock:*sighs* Yup.
  • Molly:*swallows* Well, we won't-
  • Sherlock:*fed up* Christ, Molly, yes. Married. You and I. I am talking having-dinner-wearing-rings-having-lots-of-kids-being-head-over-heels-in-love-spending-the-rest-of-our-lives-together married.
  • Molly:*smiles shyly* That is very married.
  • Sherlock:*nods*
  • Molly:*kisses his cheek* Okay, I'll marry you.
  • Sherlock:*smiles* I'd better get a ring, then.
  • Molly:*playfully slaps his arm*