“cora?” he says looking all vulnerable
“cora?” he repeats, his voice breaking, full of pain and hope, and he looks like a little boy, not a twenty-something year old man
“CORAAAAAA” i scream lying on the floor and choking on my own tears
And I don’t wanna see what I’ve seen,
To undo what has been done.
Turn off all the lights,
Let the morning come.
[…] tear my yellow dress and,
Cry and cry and cry.
Alec looked at her and shook his head. “How do you manage never to get mud on your clothes?” Isabelle shrugged philosophically. “I’m pure at heart. It repels the dirt.”
do you understand? i’m no ordinary woman. my dreams come true.
Teen Wolf, 3x02 Chaos Rising
“they’re the starved lions and you and derek just stepped into the colosseum”
RIP Erica Reyes
you are terrifying and strange and beautiful, something not everyone knows how to love
And then there’s Sansa. Sansa Stark who named her deadly, killer direwolf Lady. And she trained her to be gentle, and quiet, and sweet and loving. And then what happens? The Baratheons have her killed. So now Sansa is so alone, having lost her family, her home and her Lady. But she is the exact opposite of what her father said would happen to wolves who end up alone. Ned Stark said that the only way they could survive was to stick together, and that was never an option. Robb had their mother. Rickon and Bran had Winterfell and then each other. Jon is on the wall, with his brothers, and then across it with Ygritte, then back to the wall. Arya had Gendry, and is still linked to Nymeria. But Sansa has absolutely no one who is her family. So she takes the strength and poise of a lady, and turns it into something as deadly and defensive as a direwolf’s fangs and claws. She knows that she is alone, and that no one is coming for her, so she adapts. She plays the game, she keeps her mouth shut, she stays alive.
Because the best way to hide a wolf, to keep people feeling safe, is to make them think it’s just a well trained dog.— echrai (via starkpain)
“My life is unrecognisable compared to what it was - ‘Game of Thrones’ has opened doors that were never there before. But it can be dangerous to see it in those terms, I think. It’s best to take it as it comes and work as hard as you can, and hopefully the other things fall into place.”