therustedtoothpick

therustedtoothpick

Turtle, 23. melbourne.
Designer/artist of sorts.

welcome to my mind-drool, take a cloud, shut the up fuck & follow me.

Someday you’ll understand
what I meant when I said that word
What I meant when I rested the palm
of my hand on your chest and said, ‘Fragile’
What I wanted you to feel
when I started to trace your eyebrows
with my fingers and said, ‘I like this’
What I wanted you to believe
when I proceeded to trace the lining
of your eyes and repeated, ‘I like this’
And how I continued with your
nose and your lips, ‘I like this, I like this’
And how I gently passed your neck, ‘I like this’
And how my fingers stopped when they
brushed your left chest again, ‘Fragile’

Someday you’ll understand
what I had in mind when I said that word
What burning desire I had for you to know
that I wouldn’t break your heart
like the others did in your past
That I would never make empty promises
That you could trust me when I say
the words, ‘I love you’
That I would take care of that delicate heart of yours

Someday you’ll understand
how I felt when I said that word
How I was crying inside when I spoke it
How I felt the pain that you were denying
How I was determined to prove you wrong
How I would go through day and night for you

Someday you’ll understand
my intention when I said that word
Why I said it even though I was more
broken than you would ever be
Why I wasn’t willing to let you pay
for his and his mistakes
Why I ignored my own pain
and cried for you instead

Someday you’ll understand
what I wanted when I said that word
What I wanted you to realize
when I touched you there
To realize that I was ready to bleed for you
To bleed from the cuts on my fingers
as I pick up the fragments of your heart
and make it whole again

Someday you’ll understand
why I left my hand there and said, ‘Fragile’
Why I didn’t want you to make love to me
That all I wanted from you
was to let me love you
Even when I secretly wished that
you would fight for me too

Remy Raine, “When I Said Fragile” (via remyraine)

goodtypography:

"Type Posters" is a set of eight experimental, minimalist typographic posters, focusing on the idea of simplicity in design. Each poster consists of contrasting shades of black and white, single typeface and basic geometric elements. With the help of different attributes of a font, such as its size and tracking, I mention some of my favourite quotes. 

Click here to view it on my behance page & please follow me if you like my work.

Thanks for your support!

Shrenik

goodtypography:

Stubborn Love by Hume Creative

goodtypography:

Stubborn Love by Hume Creative

tylerknott:

Some days the way you feel inside matches the way the world feels outside. Some days the fog comes. Some days you can see it, touch it, and know it exists in more places than the hollow inside you.

tylerknott:

Some days the way you feel inside matches the way the world feels outside. Some days the fog comes. Some days you can see it, touch it, and know it exists in more places than the hollow inside you.

tylerknott:

Typewriter Series #738 by Tyler Knott Gregson

tylerknott:

Typewriter Series #738 by Tyler Knott Gregson

little-miss-disney:

When pixar does the thing that makes you question if you are actually watching a children’s movie.

(Source: oxnam, via cuz-i-am)

tylerknott:

Daily Haiku on Love by Tyler Knott Gregson #tylerknott

tylerknott:

Daily Haiku on Love by Tyler Knott Gregson #tylerknott

nursejoy:

me when i’m not ok but I don’t want people to worry about me

image

(via 202024hourstogo)

sleeping by myself
curled up like a question mark
come and answer me

Haiku, Eliza Kane (via nevver)

(via nevver)

iightdenlate:

Most people typically think of Lego as toys, however these multi-colored building blocks are so much more than just playthings.

The Danish company has created over 560 billion parts since 1958. As children, Legos helped inspire the way in which we viewed the world. We could be an architect, city planner, or inventor.

Today, people have found endless new and interesting ways to make fun and practical uses of these tiny bricks, gears, wheels and other pieces.

So, before you criticize me and say immature things, realize that I have a huge imagination and it just happens to work around legos. Use your own mind.

It’s true, as a kid I played with Lego any chance I could steal it from my brother. I built houses and beach resorts.
Now as an adult I’m in my final year of interior design/architecture.

My dream goal is designing and building my very own resort in Bali.

KLF

(via mattsbrickgallery)

(Source: houseofstanding, via luxuryd3sign)