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And I have still other smothered memories, now unfolding themselves into limbless monsters of pain.
Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita (via dollymyfolly)
His body smelled like a precious-wood forest; his hair, like sandalwood, his skin, like cedar. It was as if he had always lived among trees and plants.
Anaïs Nin, Little Birds (via floranymph
Art exists that one may recover the sensation of life; it exists to make one feel things, to make the stone stony. The purpose of art is to impart the sensation of things as they are perceived and not as they are known. The technique of art is to make objects ‘unfamiliar,’ to make forms difficult, to increase the difficulty and length of perception because the process of perception is an aesthetic end in itself and must be prolonged. Art is a way of experiencing the artfulness of an object; the object is not important.
Victor Shklovsky, “Art as Technique.” (via literarypiano)
i too am blessed with
the one gift You cherish;
to feel the living move in me
and to be unafraid.
Lucille Clifton (via calm-canaries)

thesouthplattejournal:

i want your smile,
your good memories, your
dark eyes, your gold
heart, your

self,

by myself, a poem.

celticvenus:

Edward Hopper.

 

celticvenus:

Edward Hopper.

 


martin-jan van santen

martin-jan van santen

Ableism must be included in our analysis of oppression and in our conversations about violence, responses to violence and ending violence. Ableism cuts across all of our movements because ableism dictates how bodies should function against a mythical norm—an able-bodied standard of white supremacy, heterosexism, sexism, economic exploitation, moral/religious beliefs, age and ability. Ableism set the stage for queer and trans people to be institutionalized as mentally disabled; for communities of color to be understood as less capable, smart and intelligent, therefore “naturally” fit for slave labor; for women’s bodies to be used to produce children, when, where and how men needed them; for people with disabilities to be seen as “disposable” in a capitalist and exploitative culture because we are not seen as “productive;” for immigrants to be thought of as a “disease” that we must “cure” because it is “weakening” our country; for violence, cycles of poverty, lack of resources and war to be used as systematic tools to construct disability in communities and entire countries.
Ter Keu Kwarm Fun (Music Box) by P.R.O.U.D

ben quilty

ben quilty

It’s when I can’t write I can’t escape myself, I want to rip my head off and run screaming down the street with my balls in a fruit picker’s pail.
W.P. Mayhew in Barton Fink. Joel and Ethan Cohen.