here comes the feeling you thought you'd forgotten

Swimming in troubled waters with the modern world's rage, but with the frail poetry of another era.

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Belle and Sebastian,
The Boy With An Arab Strap

hopeforwinter:

Belle and Sebastian - Is it Wicked Not to Care?

Is it wicked not to care when they say that you’re mistaken
Thinking hopes and lots of dreams that aren’t there? 

Is it wicked not to care when you’ve wasted many hours 
Talking endlessly to anyone that’s there?

I know the truth awaits me but still I hesitate because of fear.

Is it wicked when you smile even though you feel like crying
Even though you could be sick at any time?

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yanapieceofme:

Me when I’m forced to go anywhere.

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There is in what I write something that calls: foreclosure: the intolerable, loved, already known, which cannot be quoted, only incorporated.
Jacques Derrida, quoted in Geoffrey Bennington’s Jacques Derrida (via heteroglossia)

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The Magnetic Fields,
69 Love Songs

reallyclimb:

where is the madness that you promised me?
where is the dream for which I paid dearly?

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k-version:

by Hannah Rosengren - americangentility: The Wes Anderson Collection… | via Tumblr em We Heart It.

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dawnawakened:

Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life (2011)

"Eccentric Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s intriguing art installation at the David Zwirner gallery in New York tussles with a tough concept that most of us have a difficult time wrapping our heads around – infinity. Her “I Who Have Arrived In Heaven” installation features infinity rooms that let visitors take a step into an enchanting and endless space." - Bored Panda

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quackenbuschlight:

"how can you drink hot coffee in the middle of summer?"

fire cannot kill a dragon

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