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→ Walk Like Thunder:  I wrote this on my 17th birthday

allmymetaphors:

Growing up tastes like pasta dinners coming out a second time

like sticking fingers into chocolate cake,

only learning

to interact through cracked computer screens

and window seats on airplanes

so I can cry when my ears pop and I feel like…

→ Sorry I'm not Sorry: Famous authors, their writings and their rejection letters.

ronstormer:

  • Sylvia Plath: There certainly isn’t enough genuine talent for us to take notice.
  • Rudyard Kipling: I’m sorry Mr. Kipling, but you just don’t know how to use the English language.
  • Emily Dickinson: [Your poems] are quite as remarkable for defects as for beauties and are…

(Source: ramoorebooks, via allmywhining-deactivated2012071)

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ungathering:

I want to be a comma,
snug against a phrase. Or
a quotation mark, hugging
your words. A semi-colon;
a pause. Or parentheses
(keeping safe the things
you didn’t really want
anyone to hear). Maybe
a period, the last thing
you see before everything
ends.

(Source: cartographe, via rainy-islands-deactivated201303)

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