Sea Salt and Butter
quickienewyork: If I write about you, it may say more about me than you. For example, if I say that the nipple of your left breast is the color of eggplant and tastes of sea salt and butter, whom am I describing? If I write about the color of your hair against my hand, is the color more important than the fact that I love how it feels against my skin? At the exact place where the bottom of your...
…and as I began to catch my breath I drifted back to wondering. I wondered if...– Guy New York: New York Is Too Much For Me (via sleepanddream) Oh my I love how metaphorical the last paragraph is. Beauty.
clientsfromhell: Client: “This layout looks absolutely amazing; I completely love it! However, my husband is from Germany and so he has a natural born sense of design (I’m from the South, so I have to trust what he thinks) and he doesn’t like it at all. He’ll be calling you shortly with his revisions.”
Loneliness does not come from having no people around one, but from being unable...– Carl Jung (via boyhood)
It is my secrecy which makes you unhappy, my evasions, my silences. And so I...– Collages by Anaïs Nin (via Ω)
There should be a science of discontent. People need hard times and oppression...– Dune - Sayings of Muad’Dib - By Princess Irulan. (via adsertoris)
I’m gonna spend next few days of my holidays: • Catch up on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. That show is the shit. I love how Dennis is handsome and Charlie is dumb and Mac is just trying to be in control of things. • Eat every Post cereal. I’m on my honeyed waffles now. Next on the list is Fruity Pebbles. • Use my phone to surf and update rubbish like this on tumblr....
…it is by pain that the heart is penetrated. Without pain, the great ones,...– Hazrat Inayat Khan
Lovers don’t finally meet somewhere. They’re in each other all...– Rumi
Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and...– Mark Twain (via ageofreason)
A dress makes no sense unless it inspires men to take it off of you.– Francoise Sagan
shackle me so I will stop buying clothes and make-up (and shoes and FOOD). Actually I love food more than anything else in the world.
I know nothing, I am neither woman nor girl; I have been living in a dream and...– Jean-Paul Sartre (via amare-habeo)
The Cinnamon Peeler by Michael Ondaatje
aperfectcommotion: “If I were a cinnamon peeler I would ride your bed and leave the yellow bark dust on your pillow. Your breasts and shoulders would reek you could never walk through markets without the profession of my fingers floating over you. The blind would stumble certain of whom they approached though you might bathe under rain gutters, monsoon. Here on the upper thigh at this smooth...
Even a thought, even a possibility, can shatter us and transform us.– Nietzsche (via jesusswiftfoot)
Victor Hugo would write naked and tell his valet to hide his clothes so that...– What we can learn from procrastination : The New Yorker (via Instapaper)