jes
twenty / brisbane
talk dirty to me already -----------------------------------------------------

(jes, wolfheart)

sentiment; longing; boneache
some things are forever
i hope i make the cut

aussie raised &
american made ™

♥ kyle | aaron | holly ♥

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dead-po3t:

        “I wrote Chasing Ghosts as a narrative based wholly on someone that has committed suicide and has passed onto the other side. It’s a story that I hope people will see for what it is; a example in song of why you should turn to someone close and talk instead of taking that last fatal step towards death prematurely. I just want to reiterate to people that once you’re gone, that’s it. There’s not ghosts. There’s no heaven, no hell, just finality and the wreckage left behind in the wake of their decision.” - Joel Birch, The Amity Affliction.

dead-po3t:

        “I wrote Chasing Ghosts as a narrative based wholly on someone that has committed suicide and has passed onto the other side. It’s a story that I hope people will see for what it is; a example in song of why you should turn to someone close and talk instead of taking that last fatal step towards death prematurely. I just want to reiterate to people that once you’re gone, that’s it. There’s not ghosts. There’s no heaven, no hell, just finality and the wreckage left behind in the wake of their decision.” - Joel Birch, The Amity Affliction.