The Notebook was about a man who wrote 365 letters to the woman he loved. The Great Gatsby was about a man who built himself up in hopes of obtaining the woman he loved. Both were motivated by the love they had for one special woman; both were persistent. But only one succeeded.

My story will be a mixture of both. Like Noah Calhoun, I might end up composing 365 pieces from the bottom of my heart. Like Jay Gatsby, I will build myself up by doing what I should have done back then.

But I’m afraid that my story will end up to be more like Gatsby’s. No, I’m afraid that I am Gatsby, the female version. I will be the best ‘me’ that I can possibly be, but I will never get the one I love. This is the love story that I’ve been trying to avoid. This is the love story that I’ve been running away from. This is the love story that is happening.

Remy Raine (via remyraine)
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I think the scariest thing about falling in love is that there’s always an opportunity to fall out of it. There is no signed contract, no promises that can’t be broken, no guarantees that that person will stick around and that scares me to death. One day, they can just wake up and be over your little weird habits, and the way you say the letter “I.” They’ll realize you’re selfish, they’ll realize they deserve so much more. And that’s the scariest thought I’ve ever had.
― this is so personal i’m going to be sick (via brennanat)
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woman-unkind:

America || Simon & Garfunkel

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