There's parts of me that are lost forever. At least we're all lost together.''
- Architects
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Ich will jemanden der sich Sorgen um mich macht. Jemanden, der meine dunklen Seiten so gut kennt, dass er mich besorgt ansieht, mich drei mal fragt, wie es mir geht. Ich will jemanden, der mich liebt. Wirklich liebt.
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Sag mir, war es für dich leicht, mich einfach alleine zu lassen?
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im-the-voodoo-child:

Photoshoot of Rick Genest aka Zombie Boy by Joey Lawrence for Rebel Ink Magazine (March 2013)
im-the-voodoo-child:

Photoshoot of Rick Genest aka Zombie Boy by Joey Lawrence for Rebel Ink Magazine (March 2013)
im-the-voodoo-child:

Photoshoot of Rick Genest aka Zombie Boy by Joey Lawrence for Rebel Ink Magazine (March 2013)
im-the-voodoo-child:

Photoshoot of Rick Genest aka Zombie Boy by Joey Lawrence for Rebel Ink Magazine (March 2013)
im-the-voodoo-child:

Photoshoot of Rick Genest aka Zombie Boy by Joey Lawrence for Rebel Ink Magazine (March 2013)
im-the-voodoo-child:

Photoshoot of Rick Genest aka Zombie Boy by Joey Lawrence for Rebel Ink Magazine (March 2013)
im-the-voodoo-child:

Photoshoot of Rick Genest aka Zombie Boy by Joey Lawrence for Rebel Ink Magazine (March 2013)
im-the-voodoo-child:

Photoshoot of Rick Genest aka Zombie Boy by Joey Lawrence for Rebel Ink Magazine (March 2013)
im-the-voodoo-child:

Photoshoot of Rick Genest aka Zombie Boy by Joey Lawrence for Rebel Ink Magazine (March 2013)
im-the-voodoo-child:

Photoshoot of Rick Genest aka Zombie Boy by Joey Lawrence for Rebel Ink Magazine (March 2013)
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eatingmorepizzathanyouare:

second tattoo
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brutalgeneration:

BEING AS AN OCEAN by AnWiPHOTOGRAPHY.de on Flickr.
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mitch-luckers-dimples:

Architects by Marion Mirou-Sirot on Flickr.
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"People think they know you. They think they know how you’re handling a situation. But the truth is no one knows. No one knows what happens after you leave them, when you’re lying in bed or sitting over your breakfast alone and all you want to do is cry or scream. They don’t know what’s going on inside your head—the mind-numbing cocktail of anger and sadness and guilt. This isn’t their fault. They just don’t know. And so they pretend and they say you’re doing great when you’re really not. And this makes everyone feel better. Everybody but you."
William H. Woodwell Jr. (via fawun)