Didn’t know what this would be
But I knew I didn’t see
What you thought
You saw in me

I jumped the gun
So sure you’d split and run
Ready for the worst
Before the damage was done

The storm never came
Or it never was
Didn’t know getting lost in the blue
It meant I wound up losing you

Welcome to the inner workings of my mind
So dark and foul I can’t disguise
Can’t disguise
Nights like this
I become afraid
Of the darkness in my heart
Hurricane

What’s wrong with me
Why not understand and see
I never saw
What you saw in me

Keep my eyes open
My lips sealed
My heart closed
And my ears peeled

Welcome to the inner workings of my mind
So dark and foul I can’t disguise
Can’t disguise
Nights like this I become afraid
Of the darkness in my heart
Hurricane

Make ash and leave the dust behind
Lady diamond in the sky
Wild light
Glowing bright
To guide me
When I fall
I fall on tragedy

Welcome to the inner workings of my mind
So dark and foul I can’t disguise
Can’t disguise
Nights like this I become afraid
Of the darkness in my heart
Hurricane
lolazo-net:

Breaking the reality.


lolazo-net:

Breaking the reality.


lolazo-net:

Breaking the reality.


lolazo-net:

Breaking the reality.


lolazo-net:

Breaking the reality.


lolazo-net:

Breaking the reality.


lolazo-net:

Breaking the reality.
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
missredaholic:

THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL
“How stupid, he thought, we leave fingerprints on everything we touch, if I clean those off I’ll just leave others, the difference is that some are visible and others are not.”
— Jose Saramago, All the Names (via bhront)
“I know, but what you’re seeing of me is also a skin, besides, the skin is only what we want others to see of us, underneath it not even we know who we are.”
— Jose Saramago, All the Names (via bhront)
when-i-come-to-paradise:

40 years of The Dark Side of the Moon.
All pictures used were taken from Pink Floyd’s official website and I do not own any.

when-i-come-to-paradise:

40 years of The Dark Side of the Moon.

All pictures used were taken from Pink Floyd’s official website and I do not own any.

nosebleedhooligans:

Carlos Beltran, with Roberto Clemente’s widow Vera, before the start of Game 3 of the World Series Saturday at Busch Stadium. 
Beltran won 2013’s Roberto Clemente Award.

nosebleedhooligans:

Carlos Beltran, with Roberto Clemente’s widow Vera, before the start of Game 3 of the World Series Saturday at Busch Stadium. 

Beltran won 2013’s Roberto Clemente Award.

conspiracytheorist79: