Love & Misadventure by Lang Leav now in major bookstores including Barnes & Noble, Waterstones, Fully Booked, Chapters/Indigo, Kinokuniya + many  more. Also available online from Amazon, Barnes & Noble + The Book Depository for free worldwide shipping.

I barely find anybody attractive. I barely feel an affection for anybody.. But when I do.. I fall in so deep, so hard it’s ridiculous.

-Bayron Ortiz  (via nyjahatuatao)

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Hold my fucking hand, loser. We’re using the buddy system for the rest of our lives.

-How I’m going to propose  (via jovitaramos)

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He’s more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.

-Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights  (via narabean)

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What we find in a soulmate is not something wild to tame but something wild to run with.

-Robert Brault (via blua)

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you shouldn’t have to
break yourself
and move your pieces.
if he was designed for you
he would fit.

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You turn the book over in your hands, you scan the sentences on the back of the jacket, generic phrases that don’t say a great deal. So much the better, there is no message that indiscreetly outshouts the message that the book itself must communicate directly, that you must extract from the book, however much or little it may be. Of course, this circling of the book, too, this reading around it before reading inside it, is a part of the pleasure in a new book, but like all preliminary pleasures, it has its optimal duration if you want it to serve as a thrust toward the more substantial pleasure of the consummation of the act, namely the reading of the book.

-Italo Calvino; If on a Winter’s Night a Traveler (via wordpainting)

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You found your way in
and left all your clothes behind.
You found home in me.

-Daily Haiku on Love by Tyler Knott Gregson (via tylerknott)

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Poetry should be great and unobtrusive, a thing which enters into one’s soul, and does not startle it or amaze it with itself, but with its subject.

-John Keats, in a letter to John Hamilton Reynolds (Februrary 3, 1818). (via introspectivepoet)

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