Member of The Internet Defense League Two-Way Monologues

When I am with you, there is nowhere else I’d rather be. And I am a person who always wants to be somewhere else.

David Levithan, How They Met, and Other Stories (via wordsnquotes)

(via absentions)

I love you—I do—but I am afraid of making that love too important. Because you’re always going to leave me. We can’t deny it. You’re always going to leave.

David Levithan, Every Day (via observando)

(via nathansmmrs)

I had no idea what I wanted, only that I wanted something, which is the worse kind of wanting.

David Levithan, Love is the Higher Law (via aphelia)

(via langleav)

Even when I detach, I care. You can be separate from a thing and still care about it. If I wanted to detach completely, I would move my body away. I would stop the conversation midsentence. I would leave the bed. Instead, I hover over it for a second. I glance off in another direction. But I always glance back at you.

David Levithan, The Lover’s Dictionary (via maddierose)

(via fleurishes)

We said we’d keep in touch. But touch is not something you can keep; as soon as it’s gone, it’s gone. We should have said we’d keep in words, because they are all we can string between us—words on a telephone line, words appearing on a screen.

David Levithan, Breaking and Entering (via llowerr)

(via fleurishes)

abstraction, n.
Love is one kind of abstraction. And then there are those nights when I sleep alone, when I curl into a pillow that isn’t you, when I hear the tiptoe sounds that aren’t yours. It’s not as if I can conjure you there completely. I must embrace the idea of you instead.

David Levithan, The Lover’s Dictionary (via fleurishes  )