We’re all seeking that special person who is right for us. But if you’ve been...– Galway Kinnell (via myquotelibrary)
I like you; your eyes are full of language.– Anne Sexton, from a letter to Anne Clarke dated 3 July 1964. (via beautyisanillusion)
Ted Mathys, "Appalachian Trail"
poetryeater: I am in the main on the mend I am in Maine on the wagon on Katahdin in an animal skin I am a pencilmaker breaking a stolen mirror metaphor over the peak to make Maine lakes glint in sun I broke like a main clause over the forest of the page and paused to drink from a literal canteen
I wanted to know you moved and breathed in the same world with me.– F. Scott Fitzgerald, Benediction (via beautyisanillusion)
Something amazing happens when we surrender and just love. We melt into another...– Marianne Williamson (via myquotelibrary)
Fact is, silence is the perfect water: unlike rain it falls from no clouds to...– Philip Levine, He Would Never Use One Word Where None Would Do (thanks, alittleoffcolour)
“And this is the room one afternoon I knew I could love you And from above you how I sank into your soul Into that secret place where No one dares to go”
It’s a little bit freeing, and a little bit heartbreaking when you realize you let go, and all you can do is stand in the bank of your river and wait and see if the person you let go is standing with you, or swimming away.
However mean your life is, meet it and live it.– Henry David Thoreau (via myquotelibrary)