Fuckin endings, man, they weren’t as easy as they looked.
Elmore Leonard, from Get Shorty (via the-final-sentence)
We didn’t know then that the debris of joy
is like the debris of any wreckage:
you have to clear it away to start over again.
Yehuda Amichai, from “Hamadiya”, translated by Chana Bloch (via the-final-sentence)

(Source: growing-orbits, via the-final-sentence)

[I just wanted to make sure I had the last word.] I think I’ve earned that.
Gillian Flynn, from Gone Girl (via the-final-sentence)
And the new day was a great big fish.
Terry Pratchett, from Monstrous Regiment (via the-final-sentence)
Thunder rolled again for distant lightning.
Robert Jordan, from Crossroads of Twilight (via the-final-sentence)
I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I —
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
Robert Frost, from The Road Not Taken (via the-final-sentence)




Maybe in a month, maybe in a year, maybe someday.
Patricia Rae, from Charge Nurse (via the-final-sentence)

Eiffel Tower, 1965
Robert Doisneau
The laughter made the hair on the back of her neck try to stand.
Robert Jordan, from Knife of Dreams (via the-final-sentence)
Dance, art, music, comedy, photography, whatever happens to be moving me at the time. Life is too short to not do what you love every second of every day.