Thoughts Of A Girl Gone Mad

Annie Cesta


┊┊┊ “It takes ten times as long to put yourself back together as it does to fall apart.”

Jesse Williams as Finnick Odair
Antonia Thomas as Annie Cresta

Part CLXIV of Annie’s Memories.
Annie: “I didn’t loved him because he had brought me back to life. For so long I had been like a caterpillar in a cocoon, and he had drawn me out and shown me that I was a butterfly who deserved to be loved by him.”

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Finnick never lets go of Annie’s hand. Not when they walk, not when they eat. I doubt he ever plans to…


Set photos of Stef Dawson (Annie Cresta) have me wondering — is that part of her costume? Or is that Stef’s actual coat? Because if it’s the latter, I’m going to need to know where to find one of those. 

“I vote no with Peeta,” she says. “So would Finnick if he were here.”

"Annie’s the one who went mad when her district partner got beheaded. Ran off by herself and hid. But an earthquake broke a dam and most of the arena got flooded. She won because she was the best swimmer," says Peeta.

"Did she get better after?" I ask. "I mean, her mind?"

"I don’t know. I don’t remember ever seeing her at the Games again. But she didn’t look too stable during the reaping this year," says Peeta.

So that’s who Finnick loves, I think. Not his string of fancy lovers in the Capitol. But a poor, mad girl back home.


"I love you too, Fin"

This is for the-doctor-saved-us-all (Finnick and Annie Web Series)

Part CLXIII of Annie’s Memories.
Finnick: “Her past was always reaching out for her because IT happened. There was no avoiding it, no forgetting. No running away, or flying, or burying, or hiding. IT happened, there was no changing that.”


Can we talk about the claw marks on Peetas backpack though


pretty sure these are thanks to some sewer residing lizard mutts


odesta requested by anon.

"Did you love Annie right away, Finnick?"

"I vote no, and Finnick would vote no too, if he were here."

95 percent of his character is this attachment to the person that he loves and the trauma that he is going through.

—Francis Lawrence on Finnick’s relationship with Annie Cresta (via a-ballad-for-annie)

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