"Waiting to be North, to go North from here and rest without this constant missing, But,
It’s the right way, and the hard way, to be silent, to be still; to be without longing, to be content with where I am."

— North

My heart grows quiet

and I will never know.

"There’ll be no memory of my coming and going, if we can be so lucky, if we can be so lucky.

Your name engraved on my heart, but only for a moment, I’ll carve it back out, I’ll live my life out, in solitaire, as I should.

It’ll do you good to keep away; I’ll keep away, from the hearts of others, from this wretched little heart of mine”

The Hull

I think I’m finally willing to drown out the fears that have so long been keeping me safe below this ships bow, to set sail into the horizon, not knowing where land will be.

How can you swallow so much sleep

Mae

She came and went just as quickly as the seasons.

I can’t stomach your departure.

Read Me Out Loud

Sometimes I feel like a letter that’s been lost in the mail, all these thoughts and all these words, no one to tell.

-Lizzy Ross Band

"Don’t be afraid to take a big step if one is indicated. You can’t cross a chasm in two small steps."

— David Lloyd George

I refuse; I just won’t hide my shame with a falsely painted portrait of who I wish I was, not anymore, if I ever have.
I’ll lay it out on the broken shelf; I’m a wretched leaky vessel, who’s substance is in constant need of You’re nurturing to keep whatever beauty You’ve placed  within me… alive.

I refuse; I just won’t hide my shame with a falsely painted portrait of who I wish I was, not anymore, if I ever have.

I’ll lay it out on the broken shelf; I’m a wretched leaky vessel, who’s substance is in constant need of You’re nurturing to keep whatever beauty You’ve placed  within me… alive.

Peter & The Wolf

And if you have to go, Safe Travels

Worthless

If you don’t think I’m worth the wait, then quit while you’re ahead.

Wait

I’ll write you with silence.

"Seek the LORD while he may be found; call upon him while he is near; let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts; let him return to the LORD, that he may have compassion on him, and to our God, for he will abundantly pardon."

— Isaiah 55:6-7