i ate polaris

i wouldn't take her to an execution, i wouldn't take her to a live sex show, i wouldn't piss or shit on her would i, because i love her so.
Jul 01
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Per Krohg, Two Sisters.

Per Krohg, Two Sisters.

May 26
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STOP HURTING GIRLS & WOMEN

May 24
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Apr 14
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hey babe, my book is now for sale.
Immense gratitude encompassing the area of this very solar system to the Poetry Society of America & poet Nick Flynn.

hey babe, my book is now for sale.

Immense gratitude encompassing the area of this very solar system to the Poetry Society of America & poet Nick Flynn.

(Source: aliciasalvadeo)

Apr 08
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Life, although it may only be an accumulation of anguish, is dear to me, and I will defend it.
— from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
Mar 08
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Caritas abundat in omnia, by Hildegard von Bingen

Caritas abundat in omnia, de imis excellentissima super sidera, atque amantissima in omnia, quia summo Regi osculum pacis dedit.

"Love lives in everything, from the deepest depths to the highest stars, and she is the most charming of all, because she has given the highest King the kiss of peace."

Mar 06
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terrysmalloy:

Marion Davies impersonates Mae Murray, Lillian Gish and Pola Negri in The Patsy, 1928.

(Source: johnmackbrowns)

Feb 23
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From ‘The Fauré Ballad,’ an “anthology of quotes, misquotes, and (no doubt) misremembered remarks” by James Schuyler

"What am I supposed to be THE POEM DOCTOR?" — Ron Padgett

"Raoul Dufy’s death in March, 1953, was like a rip in the rainbow." —Wallace Stevens

"I don’t know how a poet becomes a poet. And I don’t think anyone else does either. It is something deep and mysterious inside a person that cannot be explained. It is something that no one understands. It is something that no one will ever understand. I asked Ron Padgett once how it came about that he was a poet and he said, ‘I don’t know. It is something deep and mysterious inside of me that cannot be explained.’" —Joe Brainard