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danielbuchnercompositions:

Composition 51 | Rythm in Blues
(c) Daniel Buchner Compositions

danielbuchnercompositions:

Composition 51 | Rythm in Blues

(c) Daniel Buchner Compositions

bookpatrol:

I was lucky enough to have witnessed Mary Ruefle’s “Fitted Sheet” performance and I might  never sleep the same way again.
wavepoetry:

Mary Ruefle, during last night’s offsite reading at ACT Theatre, performing what she called “Fitted Sheet”. I’ve never seen such crisp lines on folded linens.. #wavepoetrytour2014 #awp14

bookpatrol:

I was lucky enough to have witnessed Mary Ruefle’s “Fitted Sheet” performance and I might  never sleep the same way again.

wavepoetry:

Mary Ruefle, during last night’s offsite reading at ACT Theatre, performing what she called “Fitted Sheet”. I’ve never seen such crisp lines on folded linens.. #wavepoetrytour2014 #awp14

mythologyofblue:

Consider the word consider, which originally meant “to observe the stars.”

-Mary Ruefle, Madness, Rack, and Honey

britticisms:

"Do I Like U" by LIZ

How is every LIZ song great? Seriously. She releases a new song and it’s perfect and I’m transported back to 2001 and tracksuits as outfits and low-rise jeans even though my body was too “body” to wear them and body glitter and giggling in health class and making out with that boy I was obsessed with in the back of the bus and … I could go on. It’s LIZ’s nostalgic world and we’re just remembering it. 

Earlier:

"U Over Them"

"All Them Boys"

"Stop Me Cold"

"Day N’ Nite"

"Horoscope"

(Cloud I FB)

I spend more time with my journal
than I spend with myself.
The end.
Mary Ruefle, from “Spikenard” in Trances of the Blast

(via volaream)

I am in my own mind.
I am locked in the wrong house.
— Anne Sexton, from The Year Of The Insane (via violentwavesofemotion)
Once I was beautiful, now I am myself.
— Anne Sexton (via thegoldeneternity)
Thank you for assuming elves are literate. Most elves are born with the ancient language already within them. We can read and write in our cribs: it is not uncommon for elders to converse at length with their babies on such topics as philosophy and math.
If there is an elf in crisis, we take him to the Supreme Elf Counselor in order to determine whether or not he can be alleviated of his pains. Then an Elf Council votes on his right to end his own life. Catholic Elves dispute this, but suicide has traditionally been the most merciful way to end misery. Very few elves wish to kill themselves, however. Only the males are allowed to contemplate it.
You can pretend for a long time, but one day it all falls away and you are alone. We are alone in the most beautiful place in the world…
THEME BY PARTI