Please don't go, I'l eat you up - I love you so

All of us, we’re links in a chain. And if we do our job right, there will be many, many links to come.

Please don't go, I'l eat you up - I love you so
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"When Shelley’s corpse washed ashore, a friend identified it by a copy of Keats’s 1820 volume in the coat pocket, which he knew Shelley had taken with him. Then, after cremation in which Shelley’s heart, hardened by calcium, did not burn, this same friend snatched it from the embers and presented it to Mary Shelley, who kept it thereafter in her desk, wrapped in a copy of ‘Adonais."
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Q: I feel like if I don't say this, it's gonna be one of my life's biggest regrets, so here it goes: "do not pity the dead, Harry; pity the living - and above all those who haven't watched the wire" is the best tag ever. thank you for this.
Asked by para-noia
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"
I know red and yellow, the other colors,—
but the sea, det granna granna havet, that’s most dangerous
                                                                            to look at.
What name is there for the color that arouses
this thirst, which says,
the saga can happen, even to you—
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Edith Södergran, from “Strange Sea,” trans. Averill Curdy, Poetry (March 2012)
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"Just because you fell in love with the river
doesn’t mean you must feed it your bones."
Jeanann Verlee, “Polyamory, with Knives,” published in Nailed Magazine (via elucipher)
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Q: Hello! I have recently started university and I am feeling a little overwhelmed by the sheer volume of reading I have to get through. I feel as if it is totally taking over my life and that I will never be finished it. Do you have any advice on how to cope with this? Also, I am studying English lit and would like to read in follow up after lectures but I am never sure what it is to actually pursue.Our lectures are pretty vague and unstructured so i ma unsure what i am supposed to be focusing on.
Asked by iamnotevenfaintlylikearose
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Q: Your post about Helen was one of the realist, sickest, things I have ever read in my life.
Asked by almualimbeatbox
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Q: OH MY GOD YOU LIKE HIS DARK MATERIALS do you have any thoughts about the series? about literally anything, i love these books so dearly and would be v interested in your always excellent pov! :)
Asked by Anonymous
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mydarkenedeyes:

Chris Polasko - Alone (2007)
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"'I ate civilization. It poisoned me; I was defiled. And then,' he added in a lower tone, 'I ate my own wickedness.'"
Brave New World, Aldous Huxley (via elucipher)
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theworstemily:

👼😍
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sandandglass:

Lisa Simpson, The Simpsons, 1991.
sandandglass:

Lisa Simpson, The Simpsons, 1991.
sandandglass:

Lisa Simpson, The Simpsons, 1991.
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welove-stvincent:

Anne Erin Clark (September 28, 1982)
Happy Birthday!
 
welove-stvincent:

Anne Erin Clark (September 28, 1982)
Happy Birthday!
 
welove-stvincent:

Anne Erin Clark (September 28, 1982)
Happy Birthday!
 
welove-stvincent:

Anne Erin Clark (September 28, 1982)
Happy Birthday!
 
welove-stvincent:

Anne Erin Clark (September 28, 1982)
Happy Birthday!
 
welove-stvincent:

Anne Erin Clark (September 28, 1982)
Happy Birthday!
 
welove-stvincent:

Anne Erin Clark (September 28, 1982)
Happy Birthday!
 
welove-stvincent:

Anne Erin Clark (September 28, 1982)
Happy Birthday!
 
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intellectualfangirl:

distraction:

secretworld-observer:

kellyfromthecity:

The next person who makes a joke about my pole dancing and calls me a stripper, I’m going to show them this photo and say, “You may or may not take me seriously, but just know that I can probably crush your tiny little skull with my thigh muscles.”

There’s nothing I don’t love about this.


How is this possible

Holy shit