Waiting for a girl who wears scarves instead of hats, her zipper’s broken down the back, waiting for a factory girl.

Waiting for a girl and she gets me into fights, waiting for a girl we get drunk on friday night, she’s a sight for sore eyes, waiting for a factory girl.

“That reminds me of a dream… Except in mine, I’m having to walk down thousands and thousands of white marble stairs, going for miles and miles. With nothing but a bright blue sky, very blue like… And I’d have to walk down them forever, I never thought about going up. But…
- “At least you chose the easier way”
I don’t know… Don’t you think that must mean something?” — Edie Sedgwick in ‘Poor Little Rich Girl’ (via livfarrar)


Benjamin Alire Sáenz, Last Night I Sang to the Monster

Heathers (1988)

“I’m never gonna wait
that extra twenty minutes
to text you back,
and I’m never gonna play
hard to get
when I know your life
has been hard enough already.
When we all know everyone’s life
has been hard enough already
it’s hard to watch
the game we make of love,
like everyone’s playing checkers
with their scars,
saying checkmate
whenever they get out
without a broken heart.
Just to be clear
I don’t want to get out
without a broken heart.
I intend to leave this life
so shattered
there’s gonna have to be
a thousand separate heavens
for all of my flying parts.” — Andrea Gibson (via feellng)

Anonymous asked: I just thought we could hang out or something



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“I am so sorry to all the people I hurt while I was hurting.” — (via krnandy)


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She had a poignantly vacant, vulnerable quality that made her a reflection of everybody’s private fantasies. Taxi could be anything you wanted her to be—a little girl, a woman, intelligent, dumb, rich, poor—anything. She was a wonderful, beautiful blank. The mystique to end all mystiques.

-Andy Warhol