this time i like


...a heady concoction of bearded men and bullshit quotes!

sing annamcivor see @annamci say @annamcivor

(also found here: thistimeiwrite)

listen and learn →

dead flowers seen in the gallery cafe, bethnal green. 

— 1 month ago
the garth brooks bullshit defines modern ireland →

our long love affair with shambolic behaviour

— 1 month ago
#truth 
"mattress as thin as a cheese slice, blanket as bobbled as fresh white bread"
i will use this image in everything i ever write goddammit
— 1 month ago
not where i come from

not where i come from

— 1 month ago
toda tristeza

toda tristeza

— 1 month ago
"i don’t think that there are any limits to how excellent we could make life seem"

discuss

— 1 month ago with 1 note
#bsquote  #jonathan safran foer  #everything is illuminated 
"There must be something strangely sacred in salt. It is in our tears and in the sea."
Kahlil Gibran, Sea and Foam  (via thatkindofwoman)

(via thatkindofwoman)

— 2 months ago with 46370 notes
i’ve started the songs thing again

i didn’t know that you wrote to me

i’ve moved 2/3 times since we talked

i’ve settled down into a moving train

you’re my closest friend ‘til I disembark.

— 2 months ago with 1 note
#songwriting 

after the fall, this was no longer true. names became detached from things; words devolved into a collection of arbitrary sign; language had been severed from god. the story of the garden, therefore, not only records the fall of man, but the fall of language “

paul auster, the new york trilogy

inspired by fionn

— 2 months ago
#bsquote  #paul auster 
the quick of the world

" adam’s one task in the garden had been to invent language, to give each creature and thing its name. in that state of innocence, his tongue had gone straight to the quick of the world. his words had not been merely appended to the things he saw, they had revealed their essence … a thing and its name were interchangeable

— 2 months ago
#bsquote  #tbc