"What are Immortal races afraid of? Certainly there is no need to fear death, and this mortal demise so often drives any phobia – of open water, scattering insects, grotesque monsters in the night. But the devastating emotion still runs deep, free of mortality. An immortal woman still fears for her children as much as any other, she fears for her lover when he fights alongside her in a time of war. The unease towards pain and loss still prevailed over their lives, for in an infinite life there is much more time to lose sight of one you may have loved, there is much more time to witness the pain of others and to carry an inward anguish.
This matter was spoken of in great monologues and animated debate for what seemed to be an entire evening, until the sky unveiled its vast array of white magic. It gleamed across the dark canvas which would forever connect their estranged, distant worlds."
- Celestial Dynasty. (via jaded-mandarin)
(Source: celestial-dynasty, via jaded-mandarin)
a simple word.
I miss you,
a simple word
I want you,
a simple need,
just a fuckin ordinary night,
"and i am running and running.
I don’t want to stop,
I want to escape.
and I am running and running.”
I waited for your taste
To drown in
However between the last moment and this moment
It escaped me that this was the desert
And the only thing to quench my thirst
Was the memory of darkening sky
As clouds heavy with your burdens
Released you from the circumference of stained depth