— Margaret Atwood, from “Worship,” Murder in the Dark (via themaraudersaredead)
"Jesus, Jesus he says, but he’s not praying to Jesus, he’s praying to you, not to your body or your face but to that space you hold at the centre, which is the shape of the universe… How does it feel to be a god… ?"
"It’s a classic story of hubris. I’m like Icarus whose wings melted before he could fuck the sun."
— Robb Stark, A Storm of Swords (via incorrectgotquotes)