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Home and love are hard things for writers to have. Maybe that’s why so many writers pretend we don’t want them. I work alone. I live my work. I should have always lived alone. When I cohabited with G., I carved out “my space,” repeatedly, against the bleeding chunk of us. I travelled to empty myself. By exteriors, I was homey with him; by interiors, I was ravishingly single and alone, but still it wasn’t enough, because at night, after the worst fights, he curled himself around me until he was inside. Slowly, torturingly, I resented him. I wrote the best from furthest away.

Enjoying things and writing things don’t mix.
written by Sarah Nicole Prickett, "How to Make Love in America"  (via tweexcorex)

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this year has been a disgusting revelation of just how many people cheat and text other people behind their partners back. But it hasn’t had as much of an impact until it happened to my best friend. Watching her go through this is incredibly heart breaking and I don’t know what to do or say anymore but all I know is no one deserves this shit

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Radiohead // Weird Fishes/Arpeggi

everybody leaves, if they get the chance

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— Frank O’Hara


— Frank O’Hara

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Nostalghia (1983), Andrei Tarkovsky

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So, what if, instead of thinking about solving your whole life, you just think about adding additional good things. One at a time. Just let your pile of good things grow.
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Finally, some good advice from Cosmo


Finally, some good advice from Cosmo

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