a map is more unreal than where you’ve been
or how you feel
and it’s impossible to tell
how important someone was
and what you might have missed out on
and how he might have changed it all
and how you might have changed it all for him

Feist, “Intuition”

from The Reminder (2007)

2 days ago on 07/21/14 at 11:11pm
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until the quiet comes
flying lotus

until it does…

2 weeks ago on 07/06/14 at 11:30pm

'when i or else' by june jordan

when I or else when you
and I or we
deliberate I lose I
cannot choose if you if
we then near or where
unless I stand as loser
of that losing possibility
that something that I have
or always want more than much
more at
least to have as less and
yes directed by desire

june jordan
directed by desire: the collected poems of june jordan' by june jodan
pp. 39-40

2 weeks ago on 07/06/14 at 11:07pm

comet, come to me
meshell ndegeocello

trying so hard
so hard
so hard
trying trying so hard
so hard
so hard 
so hard 

2 weeks ago on 07/06/14 at 10:52pm


Watch with whom you share your vulnerabilities. 

Title: Bungee Artist: Sonnymoon 22 plays

song: bungee
artist: sonnymoon
album: golden age

cut the goddamn cord…

2 weeks ago on 07/06/14 at 10:25pm

weary |ˈwi(ə)rē|
adjective (wearier, weariest)
feeling or showing tiredness, esp. as a result of excessive exertion or lack of sleep: he gave a long, weary sigh.
• reluctant to see or experience any more of; tired of: she was weary of their constant arguments | [ in combination ] : war-weary Americans.
• calling for a great amount of energy or endurance; tiring and tedious: the weary journey began again.

verb (wearies, wearying, wearied) [ with obj. ]
cause to become tired: she was wearied by her persistent cough.
• [ no obj. ] (weary of) grow tired of or bored with: she wearied of the sameness of her life.

disquiet |disˈkwī-it|
a feeling of anxiety or worry: public disquiet about animal testing.
verb [ with obj. ] (usu. as adj. disquieted)
make (someone) worried or anxious: she felt disquieted at the lack of interest the girl had shown.

hope |hōp|
1 a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen: he looked through her belongings in the hope of coming across some information | I had high hopes of making the Olympic team.
• a person or thing that may help or save someone: their only hope is surgery.
• grounds for believing that something good may happen: he does see some hope for the future.
2 archaic a feeling of trust.

verb [ no obj. ]
want something to happen or be the case: he’s hoping for an offer of compensation | [ with clause ] : I hope that the kids are OK.
• [ with infinitive ] intend if possible to do something: we’re hoping to address all these issues.

2 weeks ago on 07/06/14 at 10:14pm