If we can forgive what’s been done to us, if we can forgive what we’ve done to...– Chuck Palahniuk (via thecataclysm) (via viatheunremarkable) (via smtwhfs)
Sarah Manguso, "Space"
astroblemes: Moon unfolds like a fan, snaps in, winks out. In this time you say you haven’t moved, but a certain wet little planet has spun and spun. When the plane dips, you hold the arms of the seat. You say it would make sense to hold something outside, arms at least, or a double cumulus handful, or something higher, and you wonder about the higher things. For names abound, names you don’t have...
Those who say it can’t be done should get out of the way of those who are...– Joel Arthur Barker
Dear Man Whose Marriage I Wrecked
nightmarebrunette: by Jeffrey McDaniel If it’s any consolation, when your wife took me in her mouth, I closed my eyes and pretended I was a piece of wedding cake. I was the instigator, bringing her flowers so often her co-workers nicknamed me carnation hands. At night, I’d look at the stars and slither my petals through her hair. It was like we were on Mars—me staring over her skull at...
Remember: the time you feel lonely is the time you most need to be by yourself....– Douglas Coupland (via thresca) (via lovebot) (via ashleygibson) (via unicornology) (via tsunamis)
Emotions, in my experience, aren’t covered by single words. I don’t believe in...– Middlesex — Jeffrey Eugenides. (via lams)(via tsunamis)