This plant is called “makahiya”; in Tagalog, ‘hiya’ means shy.
Upon being touched, this plant’s leaves immediately fold up together as if the plant is shy (hence its name).
yung puso mo makahiya.
(Source: jaidefinichon, via moonriver-chacha)
You kidnapped me for two days with the promise of downers and free alcohol. I told you about Stockholm Syndrome.
We should stop doing this, said nobody.
Dark Souvenirs: Annual Muntin
As the doors said “summer’s almost gone”
I close my eyes,
Only to be blinded by Phosphenes
I am nostalgic
For the smell of Petrichor
I had known all of my life.
The swelling and shrinking scent
Of old wood that built my house.
Particles of people
Mingled in the air
Don’t look back, baby love. Forward, only forward.
Hey. You’re right. There was a time when none of this mattered to me. But things change, now we need each other just to cross the street.
most of the time, everything’s a blur
It’s funny how things start. Nothing means anything when you don’t know it’s the start.