"You are at once
of my heart."
— Franz Kafka, from Letters To Felice (via vvolare)
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"She tried looking happy,
she tried looking tragic,
she tried astral projecting,
sex, and black magic."
— From Tim Burton’s ‘Anchor Baby’ (The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy)
(Source: opaqueglitter, via abbyrose143)
"Writers, like elephants, have long, vicious memories. There are things I wish I could forget."
— William S. Burroughs (via unbearabilityofbeauty)
(Source: unsunglory, via fee-verte)
"All suffering originates from craving, from attachment, from desire."
— Edgar Allan Poe (via speakless)
(Source: purplebuddhaproject, via vintagegal)
"Although we read with our minds, the seat of artistic delight is between the shoulder blades. That little shiver behind is quite certainly the highest form of emotion that humanity has attained when evolving pure art and pure science. Let us worship the spine and its tingle."
— Vladimir Nabokov
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