fuck it, i’ll just go write a poem.
People aren’t either wicked or noble. They’re like chef’s salads, with good...– Lemony Snicket, The Grim Grotto (via supprosetry)
What’s this? Something that I’m going to save and explore more in the second draft? Wait, what? There’s going to be a second draft? And a third? Wait, just how long am I going to be working on this thing, anyway?
the thing is, it's
five forty-two and i’ve not written a word worth capitalization, not a sentence worth remembering nor a collection of decipherable letters, which is to say, i’ve written nothing, not to be vain, but the time will come (now, or sooner, or later) when it seems i will dive back into my notes, into these pages rendered in pixels so small i cannot see (i cannot see where i am going), into...
And if you are not interested in the theory of meaning – in the relation of...– Anthony Appiah, Assertion and Conditionals
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finish poetry rush to do the math homework write my damn novel
(The introduction of this quotation [above] is very interesting, for it shows...– Mark Twain, Queen Victoria’s Jubilee
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My feelings exactly, Lex.
snorlex: gosh i feel like such a writer tonight all angsty and shizz all working on my novel and shizz
Il est l’heure de s’enivrer! Pour n’être pas les esclaves...– Baudelaire, Le Spleen de Paris
”You must stay drunk on writing so reality cannot destroy you.”...
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It is a hard and lengthy task to become acquainted with the vagaries of the...– – William S. Bridge, “The English Language,” in The Typographical Journal, March 15, 1902 From the Futility Colest
Interview with Phillip Levine, good poetry... →
Two of my favorite poets, Ishon Hutchinson and John Murillo, are recommended by Phillip Levine, U.S Poet Laureate. I’ve also met both of them, had a workshop with Murillo, sat in on a lovely lecture or two by Hutchinson, and can attest to their brilliance and character. Check ‘em out!
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So this is a record of hate far more than of love, and if I come to say anything...– “The End of the Affair” by Graham Greene