by Brooke Shaden
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For she had a great variety of selves.Virginia Woolf (via weaverofstars)
Hands that crawl lower,
lips that will hold on longer,
arms that squeeze tighter.
Daily Haiku on Love by Tyler Knott Gregson (via tylerknott)
art: photo by Henri Cartier Bresson. Mexico, 1934.
Part of my new project Brain Notes.
"I hate those anchor tattoos that say “I refuse to sink" because sometimes you have to let yourself sink before you can float."
Killer of Sheep (Charles Burnett - 1977)
»toward a theory of concrete poetry« by mary ellen solt
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s’basically I can’t draw straight lines and I don’t give a