beauty is in the eye of the beholder

hi i'm Megan, i'm 19 and i live in the cotswolds. i suffer from agoraphobia, depression and panic attacks. want to know more just ask me.

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humany-wumany:

doctor who tomorrow
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D is for doctor who tomorrow
O is for doctor who tomorrow
C is for doctor who tomorrow
T is for doctor who tomorrow
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Is the character forcefully immersed—are they drowning? Is someone with them? Are they rescued?

Do they willingly submerge themselves? Is it a baptism/cleansing of sorts? Water is rebirth; being born is agony.

Who comes out of the water? Are they different than before?

~my junior year annotations on Toni Morrison’s Beloved

(Source: antoinestriplett, via apocalypse-of-the-week)