becoming someone who refers to people as ~young lady/man~
my hair falling out every day
one day being nostalgic for happiness
We thought we were poets
who didn’t write poems;
but Lived them
Sucked The Life out of every last moment
Filled our lungs with Outrage and reckless apathy.
We thought we were Dying.
Bored to Tears
by the inevitable dysphoria
of The Come Down
The moment when color softened,
when the fragile optimism of youth
felt like a farce.
As if we knew,
somewhere, in the back of our guts,
that we would eventually come around
to The Understanding
that eventually everyone gives up
Dancing On Rooftops At Sunrise
and driving to the coast
and putting flowers in their hair
Making Eye Contact
Seeing the Other as a Brother
And a Sister and a Soul
Joe Hisaishi and Hayao Miyazaki at the Studio Ghibli 25 Years Concert in Budokan.
oh oh my ~.~.~
— Charles Bukowski (via theunquotables)
Masculin Féminin, Jean-Luc Godard, 1966.
Celebrating ~Women of A Certain Attitude~
a showcase of the power of female rebellion
a call to revolt
a call to express
a call to honor
— Alice Walker from By the Light of my Father’s Smile (via the-final-sentence)
— Anis Mojgani (via oofpoetry)