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The Everlasting-Contrast;
Dark. Light. God. Lucifer. Heaven. Hell. GOOD. BAD. Yes, the Ever-lasting contrast. Since existence has known, the 'fight' between good & evil has continued. Obviously, this fight can never end. Good things turn bad, bad things become good.
My fav. contrasting symbol, because it is so true & means so much - the battle between good & bad never ends... The tragedy that is Dylan Klebold.
You see I can’t tell if you think of anyone as I do you, & if you did who that would be.  Fate put me in need of you, yet this earth blocked that with uncertainties.

— Dylan Klebold’s Love Letter Poetic Stanza Four

You see I can’t tell if you think of anyone as I do you, & if you did who that would be. Fate put me in need of you, yet this earth blocked that with uncertainties.

— Dylan Klebold’s Love Letter Poetic Stanza Four

I have thought you my true love for a long time
now,  but… well… there was hesitation.

— Dylan Klebold’s Love Letter Poetic Stanza Three

I have thought you my true love for a long time
now, but… well… there was hesitation.

— Dylan Klebold’s Love Letter Poetic Stanza Three

I think about you all the time, how this world would be
a better place, If you loved me as I do you.

— Dylan Klebold’s Love Letter Poetic Stanza Two

I think about you all the time, how this world would be
a better place, If you loved me as I do you.

— Dylan Klebold’s Love Letter Poetic Stanza Two

I, who write this, love you beyond infinince.



- Dylan Klebold’s Love Letter poetic stanza One

I, who write this, love you beyond infinince.

- Dylan Klebold’s Love Letter poetic stanza One

kettlewhistle said:
I know this is just tumblr and all, but I really do like to think of you as Dylan's voice, or some weirdly-psychic extension of him. The way in which you write about him - you remind me of him, in a way. It's very genuine. Like, all I know is that I couldn't ask for a better person to blog about him. I just really appreciate and admire this tumblr. Sorry if this message is weird, btw.

No worries that your message would be construed as ‘weird’ - quite the contrary - it was a very unique and thoughtful. So, thank you very much!  I appreciate the sentiment.   Mm..yes, what you suggest does seem to make some sort of sense, hm?  Well, far be it for me to understand the driving force beyond this blog! ;)   We don’t have Sue and Tom writing that book about their beautifully brilliant yet horrible tragedy that was their boy anytime soon (I wish..) so, in lieu of that, I suppose Everlasting-Contrast assumes as Dyl’s ‘transceiver’ of sorts: puzzle pieces of facts, information and impressions coming together to convey a sense, a glimpse, of who He was in actuality, beyond societies’  ’monster’ mask.  Thanks again for the kind words. :)

fromrussiawithlotoflove:

ericharrisblog:

Dylan wearing the glasses that he broke later in the future.

He didn’t broke his glasses but his sunglasses :)

Jamie Shofner (4,412) would occasionnaly walk around the school with Dylan. She recalled one day when she was with him and a few of his friends outside of the school at a designated smoking area. Dylan was given a test from an unknown magazine regarding normalcy. The test indicated that Dylan was normal. Jamie was surprised at the result. She stated she thought Dylan was strange because he always wore his sunglasses. Dylan told her he paid between 200 to 300 dollars for his sunglasses.One day, he was at school and seemed very depressed and he told her it was because he broke his sunglasses.

Yep. His sunglasses broke which were expensive as hell, and a prized possession like his trench, so he was blue about it. I don’t get the feeling he’d be too upset over his regular knock-around glasses that he apparently only wore at home or occasionally working stagecraft at CHS.

That’s ok Dyl, we did for you. ;)

That’s ok Dyl, we did for you. ;)

burnandraveatcloseofday:

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Researching Dylan Klebold’s German roots reminded me of one of the most (in)famous works of German literature, The Sorrows of Young Werther (Die Leiden des jungen Werther) written by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in 1774. I couldn’t help but notice that Dylan and the protagonist of the…

Bitch, please. This is my birthday. Now, GTFO my tag.

;)

burnandraveatcloseofday:

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Dylan’s birthday is a good enough reason to post about his ancestral origins, I suppose!

I’m quite impressed by how much Columbine stuff is on the internet in Russian! Back in the bad old days of the Cold War in the 1980s, when I (and Eric and Dylan) were little kids, Russia, then the…

Love this post - thanks for all the great research!

thedragonrampant:

I usually don’t reblog my own stuff, but well.. it’s the birthday and I don’t have new material for you yet. Since we’re all pretty stuck in the Dylan-sentiment right now, this felt appropriate to reshare. Enjoy the read. =)

A felicitous reblog for His day.

If, by fate’s choice, she didn’t love me, I’d slit my wrist & blow
up Atlanta strapped to my neck.
Dylan Bennet Klebold (via my-dark-forest)

Ahh, such the tragic romantic..

   

noisprere:

I’m pretty sure Dr. Pepper wonders why its sales increase this day, lol

Cheers!

Basically, we need Dr. Pepper bottles with ‘Dylan’s’ name on it like Coca Cola.

allthefuckingthings:

                                   Happy Birthday Dylan Klebold
                                           9/11/81  -  4/20/99

Happy 33rd Bday, Beautiful.   With love, infinitely

September 11, 1981  -  April 20, 1999  -  ∞

allthefuckingthings:

                                   Happy Birthday Dylan Klebold

                                           9/11/81  -  4/20/99

Happy 33rd Bday, Beautiful. With love, infinitely

September 11, 1981 - April 20, 1999 -