Do I dare
Disturb the universe?
In a minute there is time
For decisions and revisions which a minute will reverse.
For I have known them all already, known them all:
Have known the evening, morning, afternoons,
I have measured out my life with coffee spoons;
I know the voices dying with a dying fall
Beneath the music from a farther room.
So how should I presume?
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"One time I wrote a list of the Reasons Why I Love You in red ink on white receipt paper and I was going to give it to you but then we drank vodka and ate maraschino cherries on your kitchen floor and you told me something about timing and I recited one of my poems in hopes that you’d think I was deep and stop asking me why why why are you so sad.
One time you told me you loved girls who always smiled so I stitched my lips into a grin and as I sat there bleeding on the kitchen floor I wrote with red ink on dirty tile a list of the Reasons Why Things Happen in hopes that you’d come back and take it back and take me back and clean up all the broken glass.
Why why why I’m so sad is because instead of filling myself up I fill you up and it leaves me dry and angry and cracked on your kitchen floor with maraschino cherry juice running sticky down my fingers and there’s not enough ink in the world to say what I need to say.
"Martha Galea (via perfect
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The best kind of alcohol is a lot.
"You know how they say you only hurt the ones you love? Well, it works both ways."
Chuck Palahniuk - Fight Club (via xhromosomes
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""15 Texts I Almost Sent You"
- I left my favorite pair of underwear at your house. I know your mother hates me, can I come pick them up?
- It’s been almost a month and I still miss you like a fucking limb.
- I didn’t know my bones could ache until I met you.
- You know, a week before we broke up, do you remember? I had bought a book of poetry. You asked why I didn’t read something more interesting and I could feel my insides splinter.
- You said poetry was all lies dressed up to sound pretty. When I look at you these days, I want to ask if sadness sounds pretty to you too.
- It’s 3 a.m. and this alcohol tastes like you.
- I saw you staring at me today during Lit class. I smiled at you and you didn’t smile back. I almost cried.
- The girl who sits next to me smells like you.
- I miss you.
- I have never had so many bad nights.
- Sometimes I write poetry about you on the internet. Strangers who have never met either of us think you’re cruel – they tell me if they had the honor of loving me, we’d have sex three times a day and they’d scream my name when they came.
- They think it is beautiful, how I am broken. I don’t think they understand.
- You used to tell me I was beautiful. I tried saying it in the mirror the other day, but it sounded wrong without your mouth wrapped around it.
- Everything I say sounds wrong without your mouth wrapped around it.
- We were never in love, but, oh God, we could have been.
by d.a.s (via backshelfpoet
"A serious girl, when she finds someone who calms her spirit and quiets her busy thoughts, will love you so fiercely, it will defy even her own logic and reasoning."
Everything you love is here
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I called in Dane to come and do some chemistry reads, which is what Hollywood does nowadays where you have two actors read together to see how their chemistry is. So I had Dane come in and about 12 other actors to read opposite him that day. And Emory Cohen came in, he was about the 8th of the day. And immediately there was this tension between them in the room. I gave them an ice-breaker question; who was their favorite actor? Emory said, “Well, I always liked Marlon Brando.” Dane said, “I always liked James Dean.” And they proceeded to argue about who was better, Marlon Brando or James Dean. I thought they had this definite connection and a chip on their shoulder for each other. And that was exactly the dynamic for the movie. The first scene I shot with them was the cafeteria scene. Ray Liotta came to visit me on set that day and he was just like, “Man, looks like you’ve got two real winners here.” - Derek Cianfrance
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Hiroshima, mon amour (1959)
"and i said'with broken hearts in their back pockets'
how can i forget you.
you were the first man in my life,
the first man to teach me
by Della Hicks-Wilson (via dellahickswilson