Jack be nimble,
Jack be quick,
Jack forgot to check if the ice was thick.
Emma was still,
Emma was late,
Emma’s brother is now part of the lake.
Time has passed,
Time has gone,
Time brought Jack back wrong.
He was solemn,
He was brave,
He left his coat on Emma’s grave.
Emma was sad,
Emma was scared,
But she knew inside that Jack really cared.
Jack was lost,
Jack had forgot,
That he had a story before the plot.
Jack had wondered,
Jack had fought,
Jack had remembered what he had forgot.
I hope you dream.
I hope you wonder.
I hope you have fun because this is done.
Keep believing everyone.
Jack be fearless,
Jack be bold,
Jack drowned when he was 17 years old.
WHY WOULF D YOU DO TAHT I CANT DEALAW ITH THIS
do americans ever get excited about seeing other americans on tumblr???? or is there just so many that you’re no longer surprised when you find out someone else is also from america
because i always am suprised and get super excited to see other australians and it’s so weird like i live in australia and yet the sight of one australian on tumblr excites me and i feel as if they’re so rare and somehow completely forget i could just look out my window and see many australians
Fun fact: Farmers Union Ice Coffee is the highest selling beverage in South Australia. It is the only place in the world where a Coco-cola product is not the number one selling drink, and is currently preventing Coco-cola from being able to say they are the ‘number one sold drink world wide’, much to Coco-cola’s chagrin.
you’re a piece of art that falls into the taste of women
I will never understand the fandom’s predilection for taking England and making him into a weak character, because I’m just sitting over here like “England? That country that basically CONTROLLED THE WORLD for a large part of modern history? That England?”
[UNWARRANTED AMERICAN DECLARATION OF FREEDOM]
[european scream of shut the fuck up, america]
[German shout of “Everyone shut up! We’ve called this conference to solve the world’s problems, not to fight about the problems of our past. And since I’m the only country who seems to know how to run a meeting, we’ll follow my rules from here on out. Eight minutes each for speeches, no chit chat about side deals, and absolutely no going over the time limit. Now if you want to go, make sure you’re prepared and raise your hand, but do so in a way that does not mock any salute of my country’s past.]