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Regulus Arcturus Black
"no one ever told me that grief felt so like fear." - c.s. lewis
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act n°1 s/s ‘22
⁽˒𓈒ׁ۪۪𔖱֢⌗𓈒ׁ۪𑑎🍙 Irene 𓈒ׁ۪יִ♡.
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⁽˒𓈒ׁ۪۪𔖱֢⌗𓈒ׁ۪𑑎🍄 Soobin and Arin 𓈒ׁ۪יִ♡.
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Forever ♡__♡ 4you: @al-facitos <3
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i love that man like nobody can
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paradiceparade / broken chains campaign / 2021 photographed in Lagos Nigeria by andikan
I'm drowning in those green eyes, sir, you may not have seen me, you were more than a heart carpint for me. yesil you're a heart carpint.I asked no one but me to cut down the deep forest in your green eyes.I just wanted those green eyes to look at me like that.Even on the pages of straw-yellow books I've read, your green eyes don't let go of me.I don't know how to put you into words.I just love it, but those forest green eyes that look at me like they've never looked at anything are just blind to me...
[Marauder/Golden Era] Regulus Black/Ed Rosier Playlist
fancasting Timothee Chalamet as Regulus and Sebastian Stan as Ed
“There had been many moons before I met ya, And I don't know when I last put paper to pen... And now you give me back my raison d'être, And I'm inspired again! And I know in some ways we're kinda evil -- Got my roots and you've got ties -- But my heart's no stranger to upheaval... Put your little hand in mine and Look into my eyes, baby eyes! Oh, you make me wanna listen to music again!”
“Music Again” ~ Adam Lambert
“Has it ever crossed your mind, When we're hangin', spendin' time, Girl, are we just friends? Is there more? Is there more? See, it's a chance we've gotta take, 'Cause I believe that we can make this into Something that will last, last forever... Forever...!”
“Crush” ~ David Archuleta
“When we live such fragile lives, It's the best way we survive. I go around a time or two, Just to waste my time with you... Tell me all that you've thrown away -- Find out games you don't wanna play -- You are the only one that needs to know...”
“My Dirty Little Secret” ~ All-American Rejects
“You seemed so far away Though you were standing near -- You made me feel alive, But something died, I fear... I really tried to make it up -- I wish I understood... What happened to our love? It used to be so good...”
“S.O.S. (cover)” ~ At Vance
“I've tried to hide it so that no one knows, But I guess it shows, When you look into my eyes... What you did and where you're comin' from -- I don't care, as long as you love me, baby.”
“As Long as You Love Me” ~ Backstreet Boys
“Someday, somewhere, We'll find a new way of living -- We’ll find a way of forgiving... Somewhere...”
“Somewhere (cover)” ~ Lucy Thomas
“I've found a reason for me To change who I used to be -- A reason to start over new... And the reason is you.”
“The Reason (cover)” ~ Chase Holfelder
“You're here -- there's nothing I fear! And I know that my heart will go on... We'll stay forever this way! You are safe in my heart and My heart will go on and on...”
“My Heart Will Go On (cover)” ~ Halocene
When Regulus Black joined the Slytherin Quidditch team in his second year, the very last thing he expected was to find a companion as loyal and supportive as Edmund Rosier. Regulus was very used to social-climbing for the sake of the Black family name, but Ed -- who was also the younger son of a well-regarded Pureblood family desperate to make his own stamp on the world -- showed him sincere friendship at a time when he’d needed it most. Before long, the Seeker and Chaser were spending a lot of time together, even off the Quidditch pitch and even despite their two-year-age-gap. By the time Ed reached his seventh year and Regulus became Slytherin’s newest Prefect, there were some rumors among the student body that the two boys were romantically involved, though the blood-purist Pureblood side of the student body almost pointedly ignored whatever chemistry the two had. Ed and Regulus themselves were also pretty much forced to bury the feelings they had for each other, as they both felt such a strong desire to uphold family tradition and live up to their parents’ expectations of them. About the only time Ed was explicit in how much Regulus meant to him was when he’d given the younger man a square locket as a token of “their bond.”
“Sure, I won’t be there with you...but well, this will. Maybe that’ll make fighting your battles alone a little easier.”
Regulus kept that locket around his neck under whatever high collar he was wearing until the very last hour of his life.
As the First Wizarding War began and Ed started into the music industry, however, the Chaser-turned-musician found himself struggling to stand by the Death Eaters and their destructive methods. Even their justification for it -- namely, to “bring wizardkind back to its rightful place in the world” -- seemed more and more unjustified, to Ed. Was this “great new world” these people saw truly worth all this death and terror? Was the world they had really so bad, as it was? And there seemed to be no plan for peace, after all of this blind destruction being done in the present...would it really just be down to everyone marching lock-step under the Dark Lord’s whims forever -- under one man forever? And yet Regulus, still finishing up his last year at Hogwarts, was still shielded from this reality and his eagerness to fight for the world his parents had always wanted made recruiting him to the Death Eaters’ ranks very easy.
Regulus joining the Death Eaters made a slight rift between Regulus and Ed -- for as strongly as they felt for each other, Ed was growing more and more uncomfortable with Regulus’s new allegiance, and on top of that, both Regulus and Ed knew that they could never have the permanent, loving relationship they longed for and Ed in particular insisted on. They knew they’d be forced to marry Pureblood women they didn’t love so as to follow their parents’ wishes -- something Regulus in particular fought with, given that as the only remaining Black son, all the expectations were now on his shoulders. And yet Regulus didn’t want to let Ed go -- with the War going on, he knew any day could be his last, and he couldn’t stand the thought of not having Ed in his life every moment. Ed knew he would probably never get over Regulus, but as he told his friend one fateful night in 1979 --
“Even in that amazing new world you see in your head, Reg -- that world the Dark Lord always raves about, where Muggles know their betters and we’ve ‘taken back’ what was stolen from us...even in that world...there’s nowhere we could live our lives together, in that world. There’s no place where we could buy a house, raise a family, and grow old together. And...I need that, Regulus. I need to know that future is waiting for me. I want it with you -- Hell knows I want it! ...But...with who you are...who I am...there’s no world I can see where that will ever be. And I don’t think you can see one either.”
Only two weeks later, Ed received the news that Regulus had been killed, supposedly for trying to abandon the Death Eaters. The news was a knife in Ed’s heart -- this man who is well-known for never crying was so lost in his grief that he locked himself up in his room at the Rosier estate for nearly a week, refusing to see or speak to anyone.
Ed’s parents, after returning home from a trip to find their younger son in such distress, were rather callous toward his feelings and instead immediately tried to rush him into finalizing his engagement to the woman they’d selected as his future wife. Ed, however, was unable to handle it. He left home with a small bag of his personal belongings, initially just to clear his head. His departure, though, was taken very badly by his parents, who put him in the position where he’d have to make a choice quickly -- come home and marry the woman they chose, or never come home again. Ed, unable to make such a choice in the emotional state he was in, was silent...therefore making his choice involuntarily the second.
As upset as he initially was by the whole ordeal, over time Ed grew more assured that he’d ultimately made the right choice to not return home with his tail between his legs. His new friends in the music industry came around to support him, letting him crash at their places until Ed had secured an apartment of his own -- and through his experience, Ed came to realize just how much he’d taken for granted financially and got to know more people from those backgrounds he’d initially scorned. He even ended up learning about and got comfortable using Muggle appliances and such, while living in housing that was in non-magical neighborhoods. And as Ed looked back on who he’d been, he realized that he’d been right about what he’d said to Regulus in a way he hadn’t put together before.
With who he’d been -- who Regulus had been -- chasing the tradition and Pureblood ideal pioneered by their families -- constantly sacrificing what they wanted for the sake of their parents, who never did the same for them...they never would’ve achieved true happiness. But maybe...just maybe...Ed had a chance now to become someone better than he was...someone who could actually know that true happiness that he and Regulus had so deserved.
Tagging @cursebreakerfarrier @nightmaresart and @kathrynalicemc since they’re also in on this Marauder Era binge 💚
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after a long hiatus to @memememe