artistimistic:

bogleech:

florafaunagifs:

Leaf bug (Phyllium giganteum)

The constant wobbling as they move is a part of their disguise, making it seem as though the “leaf” is only moving because of a light breeze.

If you blow on one it will also shake around in the hopes of matching any actual surrounding leaves

It looks like it’s dancing

It’s really hard to write anything when you’re just numb all the time

#sorry   
my last try - a poem a day #10

my last try - a poem a day #10

Um, where do I start? It's all beautiful. This is a question/statement. It's inspirational, it's mot something you see everyday. And that is truly incredible. I don't understand, why wouldn't someone relate to your poetry just because you like girls?

Thank you so much, it truly means a lot to me. I don’t know why, but she said that she couldn’t relate to my poetry since I use “she” and not “he”, and that she thinks other people feel the same way. I just don’t see how that small word of gender, which represent the person I love, can make my poetry unrelatable for her.

But I guess it has to do with “no homo”, and that kind of hurts; because it feels like homosexuality is so different according to her, that she can’t even relate to a love poem which uses the female pronouns.

a friend once told me that no one would be able to relate to my poetry because I’m a girl who likes girls, and now I spend far too much time deciding whether I should use “she” or “he” as a pronoun and I still wonder if I would have gotten more notes if I just had chosen “he” instead
— k.s.b, a poem a day #9
#lesbian   #quote   #homoseuxality   #homophobia   #homo   #homosexual   #gay   #gay quote   #poem   #poet   #poetry   #spilled ink   
"the dead doesn’t have to deal with feelings" - a poem a day #8

"the dead doesn’t have to deal with feelings" - a poem a day #8

"I was so in love with him, and now I’m just mad."

"I was so in love with him, and now I’m just mad."