|—||Wendis Birdstonian, On Graduating Later Than Your Friends (via blua)|
|—||Iain Thomas, I Wrote This For You (via deadlysick)|
|—||Hafiz (via loveyourchaos)|
Matthew Stone . Unconditional Commitment to Sacred Love.
Indigo Myths, 2012.
You Don’t Have to Bend the Whole World, 2012.
Energetic Level, 2012.
Ordinary Mistic State, 2012.
Bon Iver is photographing raindrops on flowers.
“What kind is that?’ I ask, about an unfamiliar cluster of apricot-colored buds close to the ground, their leaves spattered with mud from the the morning’s downpour. He pokes it gently with a finger—it’s springy—and then squints into the sky.
He says, ‘It came here on an asteroid.’
Which is what he always says when he can’t identify a plant.
Just submitted my final testament to four years of knowledge and debauchery; I am officially done with my undergraduate career.
It only seems fitting that “Ocean” by John Butler has been repeated 928 times in the past thirty-or-so sleepless hours. It’s the song that made me realized that I had…