Boats Against the Current

Boats Against the Current A collection of the abridged rear-view mirrors and four-leaf clovers in life as I experience falling-up into the future. Stay weird. --Darrian

Reblogged from falloutboy

falloutboy:

one year later this is our love letter back to you, thank you.

I never received a set list before so that was cool. 

I never received a set list before so that was cool. 

Mud and Magnolias

the snowfall sounds like rain crashing on the tree leaves

it’s supposed to be spring

and I’m supposed to be across the country

where moss trees grow and where people know how to live

this is too much trauma for two years time—the dreams tell me that

but God I don’t want the dreams to leave

I want my heart to find its roots again

maybe somewhere near the mud and magnolias, 

familiar soil that I mistakenly left for a greener grass

that never grows from the brown thick dust settled under wandering feet,

caking these foot soles with abysmal filth and no traction

but my heart wants its roots, my heart wants its roots 

to get anchored by a soil that promises that I can’t lose it again

I want to breathe in the air that smells like rainwater on a Sunday morning 

and find the road Home even though I no longer know what Home is   

and why let life taunt me with its hand-me-down horrors

when I know that I deserve peace

"we’re just
suicidal kids
telling other
suicidal kids
that suicide
isn’t the
answer."

Reblogged from thefourthsign

(via xxxantastic3)

Glad to have spent Saturday with some TWLOHA friends doing some really great work for mental health. 

Experience shows that I don’t take the best photography at concerts because I’m too busy enjoying the show. It was definitely a night to remember.

Reblogged from towriteloveontherearms

I do not wear a welcome mat
on my chest
just so people can walk all over it
fumbling with the keys
to the locks they keep building
for the doors I keep opening
hoping someone will see the rainforest growing
in my living room.
— The Madness Vase

Reblogged from opalellipsis

“If I knew where poems came from, I’d go there.”

Michael Longley  (via i-xvii)

(Source: arpeggia)

twlohaamherst:

Walk through this with me. 
Thanks to everyone who chalked the campus with us tonight!

It was really difficult to get decent shots in the dark, but apparently it worked out. :D 

Reblogged from twlohaamherst

twlohaamherst:

Walk through this with me. 

Thanks to everyone who chalked the campus with us tonight!

It was really difficult to get decent shots in the dark, but apparently it worked out. :D 

Reblogged from theloveyourselfchallenge

Reblogged from cdsabia

(Source: nikolawashere)