“He possessed that youthful ardour that may be termed the infernal beauty of the spirit. Later it fades like the grace and beauty of a kitten, becoming, on two legs, a bourgeois, and on four legs a tabby-cat… The others shed more light, but he shed more warmth.”
there’s a time and a place to die but this ain’t it
parks and recreation rewatch | one moment per episode
➞ 2.01 Pawnee Zoo
superboy and the invisible girl, son of steel and daughter of air…
Broadway “Once” Backstage - May 21, 2013
Grantaire, in whom doubt was creeping, loved to see faith soaring in Enjolras. He had need of Enjolras. Without understanding it himself clearly, and without trying to explain it, that chaste, healthy, firm, direct, hard, candid nature charmed him. He admired, by instinct, his opposite. His soft, wavering, disjointed, diseased deformed ideas, attached themselves to Enjolras as a backbone. His moral spine leaned upon firmness. Grantaire, by the side of Enjolras, became somebody again. - Les Misérables, Victor Hugo
Who will wake them?
No one ever will.
No one ever told them
that a summer day can kill.