Fast Blood

hurricanes through me

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catherine-die-grosse:

I’ll Be Damned  by catherine-the-great.
Take me to church,
I’ll worship like a dog at the shrine of your lies.
I’ll tell you my sins and you can sharpen your knife;
Offer me that deathless death,
Good God, let me give you my life.

1. Blue Ridge Mountains — Fleet Foxes 2. Maneater — Blue Eyed Blondes 3. Devil’s Spoke — Rambling Valentines 4. Bottom of the River — Delta Rae 5. Awake O Sleeper — the Brothers Bright 6. Ends of the Earth — Lord Huron 7. Big Bad John — Jimmy Dean 8. Blood on my Name — the Wright Brothers 9. Take Me to Church — Hozier 10. Old Number Seven — Devil Makes Three 11. Appalachia — Sargent House 12. Rocks and Water — Deb Talan 13. Where Do My Bluebird Fly — Tallest Man on Earth 

catherine-die-grosse:

I’ll Be Damned by catherine-the-great.

Take me to church,

I’ll worship like a dog at the shrine of your lies.

I’ll tell you my sins and you can sharpen your knife;

Offer me that deathless death,

Good God, let me give you my life.

1. Blue Ridge Mountains — Fleet Foxes 2. Maneater — Blue Eyed Blondes 3. Devil’s Spoke — Rambling Valentines 4. Bottom of the River — Delta Rae 5. Awake O Sleeper — the Brothers Bright 6. Ends of the Earth — Lord Huron 7. Big Bad John — Jimmy Dean 8. Blood on my Name — the Wright Brothers 9. Take Me to Church — Hozier 10. Old Number Seven — Devil Makes Three 11. Appalachia — Sargent House 12. Rocks and Water — Deb Talan 13. Where Do My Bluebird Fly — Tallest Man on Earth 

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I try to catch every sentence, every word you and I say, and quickly lock all these sentences and words away in my literary storehouse because they might come in handy.
from The Seagull (1896) by Anton Chekhov (via vintageanchorbooks)

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Someone has done it before? Honey it’s all been done before. Nothing’s really original. Not Homer or Shakespeare and certainly not you. Get over yourself.
Twyla Tharp, The Creative Habit (via davidvogel)

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lilacwinne:

Death Cab For Cutie - The Ice Is Getting Thinner

We’re not the same, dear, as we used to be
The seasons have changed and so have we
There was little we could say, and even less that we could do
To stop the ice from getting thinner under me and you