the shared patio by miranda july
“please come! the invitation said. we’ll have a whale of a time! and there was a picture of a whale. it was a real whale, a photograph of a real whale. i looked into its tiny wise eye and wondered where that eye was now. was it alive and swimming, or had it died long ago, or was it dying now, right this second? when a whale dies, it falls down through the ocean slowly, over the course...
how does it feel? - eskimo joe
i think that one of these days, you’re going to have to find out where you want...– j.d. salinger, catcher in the rye
100 followers? dynamite.
sex on fire - kings of leon
saying your names by richard siken
chemical names, bird names, names of fire and flight and snow, baby names, paint names, delicate names like bones in the body, rumplestiltskin names that are always changing, names that no one’s ever able to figure out. names of spells and names of hexes, names cursed quietly under the breath, or called out loudly to fill the yard, calling you inside again, calling you home. nicknames and pet...
celebration guns - stars
ashes of american flags - wilco
hey now now - the cloud room
mine’s not a high horse - the shins
it’s fun opening my eyes seeing you. wouldn’t it be marvelous if every time i...– a dreamy line leslie howard says in smilin’ through (1932)
talk show host - radiohead
a movie script ending (acoustic) - death cab for...
in our bedroom after the war - stars
monsters - band of horses
nobody wants the person who hurt them to ever see how badly they’ve been hurt.– SCRUBS IS SO FULL OF WISDOM (via unicornology)
Wear sunscreen. If I could offer you only one tip for the future, sunscreen would be it. The long-term benefits of sunscreen have been proved by scientists, whereas the rest of my advice has no basis more reliable than my own meandering experience. I will dispense this advice now. Enjoy the power and beauty of your youth. Oh, never mind. You will not understand the power and beauty of your youth...
tiny - tiebreaker
wes anderson fans unite! →
the last page - emily haines & the soft...
baby, you're my rushmore.
marching bands of manhattan - death cab for cutie