Elie Saab - Automne Hiver 2012 2013
Elie Saab - Automne Hiver 2012 2013
“I can’t—I can’t think about anything or anyone else,” he whispered. A hand drifted up, dragging back through his hair. “I can’t think straight when you’re around. I can’t sleep. It feels like I can’t breathe—I just—”. “Liam, please,” I begged. “You’re tired. You’re barely over being sick. Let’s just… Can we just go back to the others?” “I love you.” He turned toward me, that agonized expression still on his face. “I love you every second of everyday, and I don’t understand why, or how to make it stop—” He looked wild with pain; it pinned me in place, even before what he had said registered in my mind. “I know it’s wrong; I know it down to my damn bones. And I feel like I’m sick. I’m trying to be a good person, but I can’t. I can’t do this anymore.”
The Darkest Minds: Name Meanings + A quote
Charles “Chubs” Carrington Meriwether IV
IF PRIM TAKES DELLY’S PLACE AS PEETA’S CAREGIVER/FRIEND/WHATEVER IN THE MOVIE, THAT MEANS THEY WILL BE EVEN MORE CLOSE AND PEETA MAKING A MEMORIAL FOR HER WILL BE 5000% MORE MEANINGFUL AND DEPRESSING
how could anybody live like that without screaming, without dying for dreaming?
when a guy walks past you and you catch a whiff of their cologne
KRIKOR JABOTIAN Akhtamar Collection 2014
Game of Thrones ladies in respective house colors
I’ll be dead before the day is done.
They can keep me out,
'Til I tear the walls,
'Til I save your heart,
And to take your soul,
For what has been done,
Cannot be undone,
In the evil’s heart,
In the evil’s soul.
The music’s slow and dreamlike, so Peeta pulls me into his arms and we move in a circle with practically no steps at all. You could do this dance on a pie plate. We’re quiet for a while. Then Peeta speaks in a strained voice.
“You go along, thinking you can deal with it, thinking maybe they’re not so bad, and then you—” He cuts himself off.
All I can think of is the emaciated bodies of the children on our kitchen table as my mother prescribes what the parents can’t give. More food. Now that we’re rich, she’ll send some home with them. But often in the old days, there was nothing to give and the child was past saving, anyway. And here in the Capitol they’re vomiting for the pleasure of filling their bellies again and again. Not from some illness of body or mind, not from spoiled food. It’s what everyone does at a party. Expected. Part of the fun.
One day when I dropped by to give Hazelle the game, Vick was home sick with a bad cough. Being part of Gale’s family, the kid has to eat better than ninety percent of the rest of District 12. But he still spent about fifteen minutes talking about how they’d opened a can of corn syrup from Parcel Day and each had a spoonful on bread and were going to maybe have more later in the week. How Hazelle had said he could have a bit in a cup of tea to soothe his cough, but he wouldn’t feel right unless the others had some, too. If it’s like that at Gale’s, what’s it like in the other houses?
“Peeta, they bring us here to fight to the death for their entertainment,” I say. “Really, this is nothing by comparison.”
“I know. I know that. It’s just sometimes I can’t stand it anymore. To the point where … I’m not sure what I’ll do.” He pauses, then whispers,
“Maybe we were wrong, Katniss.”
“About what?” I ask.
“About trying to subdue things in the districts,” he says.
-Catching Fire, ch.6
First time in the books that anyone says that maybe a rebellion should happen. And it’s Peeta who says it. So don’t tell me he wasn’t a rebel, only Gale was rebellious bla bla bla. Because Suzanne Collins says otherwise.
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I honestly think it was Peeta who initiated the rebellious spark in Katniss, even before this moment in Catching Fire. It’s after he makes the comments about wanting to remain who he is in the first book that Katniss truly starts to question things from a new perspective. She doesn’t understand what he means at first, but as she goes through their first games, she starts to get it. His words are what makes her start to think. In a way, Peeta is always spurring her on to something more (intentional or not).