THEME

~   Alessia Di Cesare, Our Bodies Were Calendars (via featherumbrellas)

backshelfpoet:

b—side:

1. Kiss her mouth, click your teeth together to the rhythm of a train wreck. 

2. Clip off your fingernails, force feed them into the skin of her thighs. 

3. When she swallows her tongue, replace it with yours. 

4. Snap her toothpick spine, roll her over, use her to clean out the parts of you worth hating.

5. When you’re done with her, machine wash in cold water, lay out to dry. 

- 08.04.14

forrestmankins:

Just another road in Alaska.
cuttermancompany:

Craftsman Apron.Photo: R. Perini
joelsossa:

Brindo (Tulum, 2013)