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My imagination is broken
I haven’t eaten in years

haven’t seen a face
a face like my mother’s

in years maybe more

This is a life my friends
of negative thinking

defined by what I do not
get around to doing

Such is the church
and the street when it’s raining

The street making faces
at all the parked cars

and in one of the cars
there is a baby

This distracts me
from what I was thinking

thinking will I ever fit inside this
I mean my own body

and a crowd forms
surrounding the baby

tapping the glass
speaking baby language

but the baby does not listen
soft in its harnessed cradle

it knows something about me
I am afraid to know

What is it I ask What
is it

And someone from the crowd answers Mister
it is a baby

—"What Is It," Marc Paltrineri (via commovente)

"My girlfriend was pointing out that when you give the dogs a stuffed animal they get puffed up, they prance around with the bone or the stuffed animal, they really feel important. They’ll put the stuffed animal down for a second and sit on the couch and then the other one will jump up and try to get get the stuffed animal, and the fight than ensues is like World War III. They’re fighting over this plushie like it was the goddamn Ark of the Covenant, or nuclear weapons or some kind of fountain of youth. And that’s what humans are like when they get puffed up over the fact that they have some temporary, transient success that’s defined by the amount of monkey paper getting paid to them by a corporation whose number one job is to hypnotise idiots so that their guard goes down and they get in debt to a bank when they buy a Range Rover they don’t need."
—Duncan Trussell, The Duncan Trussell Family Hour Ep. 117 (via tectusregis)

(Source: astranemus)

3 months ago



Photographic exhibition of gingers from all walks of life ~ by Thomas Knights

That #2 unicorn D:

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"The secret of a full life is to live and relate to others as if they might not be there tomorrow, as if you might not be there tomorrow. It eliminates the vice of procrastination, the sin of postponement, failed communications, failed communions."
—Anaïs Nin, The Diary of Anaïs Nin: 1944-1947  (via fables-of-the-reconstruction)

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3 months ago


Raddest Looks On The Internet:

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Raddest Looks On The Internet:

3 months ago

Source of this/whose photo is it?

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Source of this/whose photo is it?


Karlo Martinez by Ray Ranoa