Certain words now in our knowledge we will not use again, and we will never...– “Language” by W.S. Merwin (2010 US Poet Laureate)
What did my hands do before they held you?– Sylvia Plath (via sealegslegssea) misquote, it’s from “Three Women”, a radio play by Plath, and the correct quote is “What did my fingers do before they held him? / What did my heart do, with its love?” it’s about the struggles a women goes through with...
For Jane by Charles Bukowski 225 days under grass and you know more than I. they have long taken your blood, you are a dry stick in a basket. is this how it works? in this room the hours of love still make shadows. when you left you took almost everything. I kneel in the nights before tigers that will not let me be. what you were will not happen again. the tigers have found me and I do not...
You should always look at your main character’s fatal flaw as the major building...– Lara Sterling (via writingadvice)
We only write about two feelings: one is the first day of summer when you and...– The Drums (via ruelles)