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Wasting away in the sun and heartbreak
Stuck in a hard place
Keep to the struggle I’ll be more humble
Very very lonely trying to stack money
Invest in the future
Haven’t felt happiness pass through in the past month or two
Suffering as I have to. I will blow past you
My destiny will be realized and hunger sated
Just have to grind till the date is outdated
I don’t date, careless lovers ruined that
Come look for me in the dark
Haven’t looked into eyes and seen anyone who can see me
Will anything anyone know where to find me at

Jul 28, 2014
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'I will be very careful the next time I fall in love', she told herself. Also, she had made a promise to herself that she intended on keeping. She was never going to go out with another writer: no matter how charming, sensitive, inventive or fun they could be. They weren't worth it in the long run. They were emotionally too expensive and the upkeep was complicated. They were like having a vacuum cleaner around the house that broke all the time and only Einstein could fix it. She wanted her next lover to be a broom.
Richard Brautigan, Sombrero Fallout (via observando)
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My best work is often almost unconscious and occurs ahead of my ability to understand it.
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You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who’ll decide where to go…
Dr. Seuss (via kushandwizdom)
Jul 28, 2014
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With a novel, which takes perhaps years to write, the author is not the same man he was at the end of the book as he was at the beginning. It is not only that his characters have developed—he has developed with them, and this nearly always gives a sense of roughness to the work: a novel can seldom have the sense of perfection which you find in Chekhov’s story, ‘The Lady with the Dog.’
Graham Greene (via writingquotes)
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If I had a soul I sold it
for pretty words
If I had a body I used
it up spurting my essence

Allen Ginsberg warns you
dont follow my path
to extinction.

Allen Ginsberg (via observando)
Jul 28, 2014
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It’s not the brains that matter most, but that which guides them — the character, the heart, generous qualities, progressive ideas.
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