— Neil Gaiman (via souls-entwined)
It is a mellow ongoing heaviness that weighs me down, and light feels robbed away, as if the colours of the world are dimmed.
There are no more words.
chokeonstardust-deactivated2013 asked: Bonoite! hau diak obrigada, ita mo's di'ak? my tetum isn't very good. I only went over for 3 weeks. Are you Timorese?
Bonoite! Nada! Hau diak tebes-tebes (: Ita nia saran saida? No, I’m Singaporean, but my church runs a school there :> I’ve been to Timor Leste 4 times and I can’t wait to go back :D Which part of Timor did you go to?
chokeonstardust-deactivated2013 asked: Hey :) have you been to Timor-Leste?
Hello! Yes I have! Have you? Diak ka lae, hau hatene komprende ita! (:
When books are so well written, you have to read certain passages and sentences aloud because just seeing them is not enough, you need to hear and taste them and roll around in them for a couple of moments before you go on.
I must get around to buying myself those John Green books for the New Year.
— D.D. Barant, Dying Bites (via dulcetdecember)