To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something...– Elliot Erwitt
Stumbling my fingers along the shelves, I observe an interesting thing: books I have had for more than thirty years Feature my name in proud fountain-pen. Now I’m reminded of it, I recall Practising on rough paper to reach Such a convincing dash of signature. For a while they went slantwise, In legible ballpoint; then anywhere, With any implement: rollerpoint, red even. Recently I...
A poem is a statement released into the public world for us to make of it what...– “What is Poetry?” How to Read a Poem, by Terry Eagleton
I’m afraid of never reaching the point where i’m not looking towards the future, where i’m not wondering what I could do or who I could be, waiting for the next thing to study or the next persona to take on. I’m also afraid of reaching it.
If the [girl] you’re dating doesn’t seem to be completely into you, or you feel...– He’s Just Not That Into You (via kari-shma)
Dorothy Parker famously elided an antimetabole when she explained a tardy submission with “too fucking busy, and vice versa.” -Wikipedia
socrates is a little fuckin bitch
Teenage Dream: A Boy’s Perspective.
Hope, captain of the ever-twisting Minds of mortal men.– Pindar
That awkard moment when your PE teacher is fatter...
breathingnewoxygen: itsflippinairon: “No, how about YOU run the mile in under 8 minutes.” always.
If you can’t explain it to a six year old, you don’t understand it yourself.– Albert Einstein (via kari-shma)
To the really cute girl coming out of the 77th-lex...
I wish I had said something
Once is an occurrence, twice is a pattern and the...
Cabs are for Kissing →
love reading this blog. The author is hysterical
you know what i hate? pretentious fucking music majors.
815. IF SOMEONE WANTS TO BE WITH YOU, THEY'LL MAKE...
what if both people think this way? then no-one does anything gotwisdom: DON’T OBSESS OVER TRYING TO FORCE A RELATIONSHIP, IF IT’S NOT MEANT TO BE IT’S NOT MEANT TO BE; IF IT IS, HOWEVER, YOU WONT EVEN NEED TO FORCE ANYTHING AT ALL.
The exact contrary of what is generally believed is often the truth.– Jean de La Bruyère (via momopotato)