take a chance.

"Hard-working people, and poor, most of them, in worldly goods—but how rich in compassion! How filled with the goodness of humanity and the spiritual steel forged by centuries of oppression! There was the honest joy of laughter in these homes, folk-wit and story, hearty appetites for life as for the nourishing greens and black-eyed peas and cornmeal bread they shared with me. Here in this little hemmed-in world where home must be theatre and concert hall and social center, there was a warmth of song. Songs of love and longing, songs of trials and triumphs, deep-flowing rivers and rollicking brooks, hymn-song and ragtime ballad, gospels and blues, and the healing comfort to be found in the illimitable sorrow of the spirituals."
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"I think about you. But I don’t say it anymore."
Marguerite Duras, Hiroshima, Mon Amour (1959)

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ceyfe:

Last night is a blur, 1 (the white parts are transparent)

ceyfe:

Last night is a blur, 1 (the white parts are transparent)

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anamorphosis-and-isolate:

"You came into my life really fast, and I liked it. "

anamorphosis-and-isolate:

"You came into my life really fast, and I liked it. "

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