#i wonder if some people truly understand the meaning in this scene #here they are in 2005 on new years day #in a deserted street with a young and carefree rose tyler #and a battle-ridden and close-to-death time lord #this is rose before everything happened #this is the doctor after everything had occurred #it was a moment that welcomed rose into a life with time and space at her hands #and a chance to be someone bigger #and a chance to fall in love with someone called the doctor #a man who could change his face #it was the moment in which the doctor finally let her go #it was a chance for him to say a proper goodbye #one that didn’t end because time had ran out #one that didn’t end because it caused too much pain #the doctor could have changed everything #he could have told her the truth about how he felt and have it merely been a random proclamation from a drunken stranger in an alleyway #but he couldnt do it because it would have been the first time he told rose tyler I love you and in that moment it would have meant nothing #to the girl who meant everything #so the doctor used this moment for his last goodbye and rose tyler’s first hello #it was her first day of their forever and his last
i’m a hopeless Romantic. walk with me in the graveyards of gothic cathedrals, transcend the confines of elitist and rationalistic structures of discourse, and join me in an eternal spiritual quest for the strange and sublime.
The Magic Begins ϟ » day two: favourite hp book (the deathly hallows)
↳ All the books are spectacular, but as Deathly Hallows was the final one, to me it showed just how brilliant jo rowling was in her plot lines and character creations. We see everything come together, but not tied up like a fairytale. We lose characters we’d come to hold dear to us, and we are left in tears at times. She presents a reality, no matter how far fetched you find the story line. There is truth behind the magic about the human condition and the way the world works, and after 6 books of that, the final one ends it perfectly.