The Insomniac

Just adding more nights than days to life

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burdge:

i’m rereading some of koe no katachi (i know, i know, someone should stop me) but I DIDN’T KNOW THIS ABOUT THE TRANSLATION THE FIRST TIME

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Pictured here is the famous Death Band, given to the wife of Mr. Corfinn Carrow, the lady Euryale Carrow (nee Plum.) The death band was a cursed ring, which would cause the wearer to literally rot. The ring could not be removed until the wearer was dead. The band was given to Mrs. Carrow on Christmas, 1786, by an unknown person.
To this day, many suspect that Mr. Mance Lestrange, the lord of the family at the time, hired an agent to give the cursed ring to the lady Carrow, in order for his daughter, Wilhelma to take over as the wife of Corfinn.

Pictured here is the famous Death Band, given to the wife of Mr. Corfinn Carrow, the lady Euryale Carrow (nee Plum.) The death band was a cursed ring, which would cause the wearer to literally rot. The ring could not be removed until the wearer was dead. The band was given to Mrs. Carrow on Christmas, 1786, by an unknown person.

To this day, many suspect that Mr. Mance Lestrange, the lord of the family at the time, hired an agent to give the cursed ring to the lady Carrow, in order for his daughter, Wilhelma to take over as the wife of Corfinn.

(Source: memento-mori-inaeternum, via amortentiafashion)

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"I miss you. I do." She whispered over the phone.

"But if I spend all of my time waiting for you, whole seasons will pass without me noticing, and you may be beautiful, but you will never be more beautiful than the first snowflakes of winter or the summer light cascading through the windows."

"I could wait for an eternity if only I knew you were coming," she said, "But time is precious, and darling you are not worth the spring blossoms. You are not worth the autumn leaves."

Excerpt from a book I’ll never write #38 (via blossomfully)

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