Jesse Royce

Jesse Johnson. 19. Psalm 46:10.
United States Air Force

January 26, 2014 9:35 pm

askerquestioner

Anonymous: How do you get over a girl?

forebidden:

you don’t

3:06 am

ameliaslastgoodbye:

ameliaslastgoodbye:

it makes me so angry that whenever I make a texpost people just like it and don’t reblog

I didn’t make that textpost for you to like it I made it for you to make me tumblr famous

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3:02 am 3:01 am 2:57 am

ewokk:

kissing is great

but wow when you get to kiss someone you have feelings for and you’ve wanted to kiss them for the longest time and you get to stroke their face and you’re so aware of their body and how nice their lips feel

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2:55 am

thumbtackjuicyfruitspork:

theoncomingstorm-inmypants:

pi4nobl4ck:

People that are maybe a little to close to their relatives.

Why do I suddenly want some coffee?

Nothin like waking up with incest in your cup

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2:53 am 2:51 am

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2:49 am
ardora:

"And on the Mexican border, Someone has ripped through a fence Of reinforced chicken wire With bolt cutters, And erected a hammock By suspending it Between two of the fence’s Concrete pillars.
After swinging gently back and forth, From Texas to Mexico and then From Mexico back to Texas, They doze off; contemptuous Of the security guards Patrolling this artificial demarcation – For, once upon a time, Texas was Mexico And Texas didn’t exist.
When Eugene Debs was imprisoned For conscientious objection in World War One He said, on September 11th 1915, ‘I have no country to fight forMy country is the earthI’m a citizen of the world.’”
– Heathcote Williams, “No Borders”

ardora:

"And on the Mexican border,
Someone has ripped through a fence
Of reinforced chicken wire
With bolt cutters,
And erected a hammock
By suspending it
Between two of the fence’s
Concrete pillars.

After swinging gently back and forth,
From Texas to Mexico and then
From Mexico back to Texas,
They doze off; contemptuous
Of the security guards
Patrolling this artificial demarcation –
For, once upon a time,
Texas was Mexico
And Texas didn’t exist.

When Eugene Debs was imprisoned
For conscientious objection in World War One
He said, on September 11th 1915,
I have no country to fight for
My country is the earth
I’m a citizen of the world.’

– Heathcote Williams, “No Borders

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2:46 am