“I love like a leaky faucet or I love like a dam breaking. There is nothing in between.”
- Shinji Moon (via larmoyante)
“But I do not wish to escape to myself, I wish to escape from myself. I wish to obliterate my consciousness and my knowledge of independent existence, my guilts, my secretiveness, what you would (perhaps unkindly) call my “hypocrisy”. I am no child of nature, I am ugly and imperfect to myself, and I cannot through poetry or romantic visions exalt myself to symbolic glory.”
- Allen Ginsberg, from a letter to Jack Kerouac (via violentwavesofemotion)
delta-breezes:

around the house, part three by manyfires on Flickr.

delta-breezes:

around the house, part three by manyfires on Flickr.

aseaofquotes:

Anne Enright, The Gathering

aseaofquotes:

Anne Enright, The Gathering

“I hate the thought of her being forced into a box that doesn’t fit her. Of having her wings cut off, her sight blinded, her hearing muted, her voice stilled.”
- Charles de LintDreams Underfoot (via words-and-coffee)
“You cannot have
my heart and wash
yourself of its blood
at the same time.”