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I want to tell you I miss
you with no subtext. No guilt,
no anger, no expectation
that you’ll fix it. I don’t want
you to feel bad or to tell
me it will get better. This
is where we are meant to be
right now – me apart from you,
my hands a little empty and
my heart a little sad.
I just miss you.
I wanted you to know.
anne, fyi (via anneisrestless)

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n. the tendency to give up trying to talk about an experience because people are unable to relate to it—whether through envy or pity or simple foreignness—which allows it to drift away from the rest of your life story, until the memory itself feels out of place, almost mythical, wandering restlessly in the fog, no longer even looking for a place to land.

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is this legit?

This is legit. My husband, sitting across the room, looks over and says, “IS THAT SOMEONE SHOWING HOW TO CONVERT ENGLISH TO TENGWAR?  BECAUSE THAT’S THE WAY!”

Believe this man.  He owns atlases of Middle Earth, the complete history of Middle Earth (leatherbound), and has read the books at least 150 times.  Also: speaks elvish.


What if there are two vowels in a row?

Does anyone know the answer to that last question?

If there are two vowels in a row they go above the previous letter and are place in order  so  would, would become w^(ou)ld

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1.comely 2.fetching 3.glamour

These three words are in the top 100 list of the most beautiful words in the English language synonymous with beauty and all connotations describing an attractive appearance or alluring magnetism. It is not surprising that the word beautiful, itself, did not make the cut. Comely, fetching and glamour embody a charisma on what it is to be beautiful, rather than purely relying on appearance. They capture the essence of beauty as a result of a way of being intertwined with physicality. Let us enlighten you!1.Comely- (adjective) attractive, pleasing in appearance also seeming proper, well-behaved: 2.Fetching (adjective) charming, captivating: 3.Glamour (noun) the quality of fascinating, alluring, or attracting, especially by a combination of charm and good looks. 

  • These words sound beautiful, have beautiful meanings, and redefine beauty as we experience it. 

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Poisoned Words

This isn’t a romantic story, and it’s not a fairy tale. Forget what they teach you, how to forgive the ones who hurt you and how you should always fight evil with good. This is no fable, you got to survive. And sometimes, in order to beat the monsters that are biting your limbs, you have to become a demon yourself.

I know exactly how to hurt people. I’ve learned from the best teachers: the ones who made, or try to make, my life miserable.

I use this talent ‒ because it is a talent ‒ only against those people. I save it as a last resource for when I know I’ve got nothing left to lose. But I took what I’ve learned from them to the next level: poison.

I know, with an exceptional precision, the right words to hit their heart. I recognise their weaknesses and their biggest fears, and I hurl them right into them.

The very moment I let those words slip out of my lips, I know that they’re never going to forget them. I know how those words will never stop haunting them, and how they’ll sometimes find themselves awake at 3 AM, grasping the blanket as they think about what I told them. I know I hurt them with the most powerful and poisoned weapon to exist.

And you know what the best part is? They know they deserved every drop of my poison.
 i-write-to-voice-my-demonsPoisoned Words (via wordsnquotes)

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ناز/naz [nohz]
(noun) Naz is an untranslatable, Urdu word defined as pride or arrogance. It is a pride in a general sense, but delivered in the most elegant and graceful manner. But, naz’s greatest contribution to language is founded in the state of being loved and the special type of pride ignited from being loved. The naz of being loved signifies a super-human type of unconditional love. It brings forth the connotation of having pride in the reassurance that you will always be loved in spite of anything and everything. No matter what you do, you will be loved; there is pride and dignity in this pleasure.  (via wordsnquotes)

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