for number fifty (!!!!!) of my berets and bongos series, i thought it’d be nice to listen to what i believe to be the best spoken word piece i’ve ever heard. if your life doesn’t change after listening to it, you might be an android. better get that checked out, or something. Advertisements
“then the rain came, like stammered kisses at first on the back of my neck” -carol ann duffy.
smile. it’s free. it’s painless. it’s pretty. it makes others do the same.
“heart have no pity on this house of bone: shake it with dancing,break it down with joy. no man holds mortgage to it; it is your own; to give, to sell at auction, to destroy. “ -edna st. vincent millay.
“you’re sad because you’re sad. it’s psychic. it’s the age. it’s chemical. go see a shrink or take a pill, or hug your sadness like an eyeless doll you need to sleep. well, all children are sad but some get over it. count your blessings. better than that, buy a hat. buy a coat or […]
i like you guys. i hope that i’ve made that clear. you are all so funny, witty, inventive, and gosh darn it, people like you. blogging is seriously one of the things that has defined the last 3-ish years of my life. if you can believe it or not, i started blogging with the support […]
“she who reconciles the ill-matched threads of her life, and weaves them gratefully into a single cloth – it’s she who drives the loudmouths from the hall and clears it for a different celebration.” -rainer maria rilke
winter spring ‘ summer autumn winter 2012, i don’t know how you are going to top the champagne year i just had, but i await your surprises with eager eyes.