Dickhead

Where I’m from, we call this dude “Richard Cranium” LOL

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Love is so bitter and cold
And like bread it starts to mould
You think you’re gonna love each other 4-ever
You think of him, never
When you think, he’s never there in the end
So take your heart & start to mend
Now he wants to talk
Tell him he needs to walk
You forgot about him
You already ate enough M&M’s
He’s such a dickhead
Next time you see me I’ll be dead
Just remember this
You won’t get another chance

Kayla

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The spirit world

this makes a lot of sense

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In ancient times the world of spirits was everywhere acknowledged because it was a matter of direct experience and open to all but the most insensitive. The world of spirits was as familiar to primitive man as is the dream world is to modern man. The spirit world became the later “spiritual” world after undue emphasis on mans’ mental development had obliterated the astral world in which he originally had moved with as much ease as in the mundane world.

Kenneth Grant
Nightside of Eden

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play this role of being fragile

Lots of loneliness in general. If you don’t want to play the role of being fragile & dependent.

On the plus side, being alone means lots of time to write.

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Cracked Egg - Irving Penn

If you’re a woman, it’s almost impossible to establish a relationship. You’re too much for everybody. It’s too much. The woman always has to play this role of being fragile and dependent. And if you’re not, they are fascinated by you, but only for a little while. And then they want to change you and crush you. And then they leave. So, lots of lonely hotel rooms, my dear.

Marina Abramovic
Interview with Emma Brockes
Guardian newspaper 12th May 2014

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define who we are

Absolutely without a doubt. I have never thought as writing as a “hobby”. It is a part of me. It’s who I am.

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The arts are not just a nice thing to have or to do if there is free time or if one can afford it. Rather, paintings and poetry, music and fashion, design and dialogue, they all define who we are as a people and provide an account of our history for the next generation.

Michelle Obama,
Speech at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Metropolitan Museum of Art American Wing, May 18, 2009

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