I cried buckets and this sadness just wouldn’t go away.
This will be eternal.
It’ll only be over when I’m over. - What’s there’s not to love about death?
She will spend her life coming up with a thousand different ways to tell you how incredible you are as she is not fond of repetition. But the words she will wear out is “I love you,” because even she knows there is no better substitute for them in the history of writing.

Typewriter Poetry #718 by James Andrew Crosby
Photograph by Alf_Sigaro
If you’re only going to write when you’re inspired, you may be a fairly decent poet, but you will never be a novelist — because you’re going to have to make your word count today, and those words aren’t going to wait for you, whether you’re inspired or not. So you have to write when you’re not “inspired.” … And the weird thing is that six months later, or a year later, you’re going to look back and you’re not going to remember which scenes you wrote when you were inspired and which scenes you wrote because they had to be written.
Start writing, no matter what. The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on.
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myspoonfulofglitter:

Don’t stop writing. Even if no one’s reading. Even if what you’re writing doesn’t make sense. Even if you think you’ve run out of metaphors. Even if your symbols seem cliché. Even if your imagery isn’t as powerful as it could be. Even if your main character seems too flat. Even if you don’t know the ending to your story. Writing and living are the same. You have to keep going.   

Dr. Glitter

omalleyn:

We judge the world and scurry when it judges mutually.

Maybe the reason
they say that
“sometimes I think I’m born backwards”
Is simply because
Pain feels like heaven,
instead of hell.
Some nights I wonder
if you’ll look back on this summer
and feel an ache in your chest
at everything that didn’t happen
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