A band called Falling In Reverse has a new video out today and it has EVERYTHING…
Underneath your eyes there are murmurs of intoxicated seas; Each time something stirs in the dark, I await and hold your gaze gently inside the gliding light of my own eyes, softly descending to encounter yours. It is a perfect meeting - I am tangled up in a breathlessly passionate suffocation of immersing myself in the web of your possible fears. I want to erase them: I want to battle until this bitter finale handicaps all there is in me. I am strong - for each of your glances gloriously tosses away space and time; I am bewildered. I want to glimpse how vast and how strangely personal your eye’s light seems and out of all your questions answer only one: Yes, I am here. Yes, I will never let go.
my name is yuliya and we have (probably) never met before, but i would like to ask of you a favor. however, i understand that this is a bit of a long shot, and the last thing i want to do is make you uncomfortable. but if you can help in any way, i would be very appreciative.
recently, i opened…
Help yuliya out every1
CAT! :D idk i’ve been hanging out and stuff at school.
there YOU are! I haven’t seen you/your stuff in a while hi how are you
Before President Johnson signed the Wilderness Act in 1964, wilderness did not exist as a distinct land use in the United States; but a rising generation of wilderness advocates wanted something different than commercialized and commodified nature experiences; they wanted places they could experience primitive conditions, where the imprint of society would not be evident in the landscape. Wallace Stegner wrote his famous Wilderness Letter in 1960, arguing for the spiritual value of wilderness; a letter that would later spark a debate in congress which would lead to the Wilderness Act. You can read Wallace Stegner’s bio and letter here.