The moon, it turns out, is a great place for men. One-sixth gravity must be a...– E. B. White, July 26, 1969 Also see Carl Sagan echo the same sentiment in 1971. (via explore-blog)
If there’s anything I think I need to remember is that I do not have to retain the opinions of my friends or the ones I love. Sometimes it is easy, sometimes it is active premature resistance, sometimes it is not. I already know that this city and I will go a long way. Since I am already too inclined to sit in a corner of a room for hours, alone, drowning in an excess of self, it’s...
I will remember your small room, the feel of you, the light in the window, your...– Charles Bukowski (via eastatlanta)
The Uses of Sorrow
Crashingly Beautiful: Permanently →
crashinglybeautiful: One day the Nouns were clustered in the street. An Adjective walked by, with her dark beauty. The Nouns were struck, moved, changed. The next day a Verb drove up, and created the Sentence. Each Sentence says one thing—for example, “Although it was a dark rainy day when the Adjective walked…
I tell her how isolated I feel and how lonely I am and hungry and tired and she...– James Simon Kunen, The Strawberry Statement (via thatkindofwoman)