— Jack Kerouac, from The Scripture of the Golden Eternity(Corinth Books, 1960)
as an abandoned shack is lonely
but doesn’t know it."
— Leonard Nathan, opening lines to “Snapshot of Me as a Boy,” from Holding Patterns (University of Pittsburg Press, 1982)
— Alex Elle (via the-healing-nest)
If we were shades
who walked here once
over the heather, over the shining stones,
fresh in our skin and bones
with all of the time to come
left to be us,
if we were dust,
once flesh, where a cloud
swoons on the breast of a hill,
breathing here still
in our countable…
Big Kids by Lily
This is great.
nOh my god.
I’m in love with this post.
And it all happens so fast.
seriously one of the most meaningful things ever written
This scares me
is it legal to marry a poem?
i just read this over like 7 times……………………….
holy fucking shit.
this is fucking amazing …
this is actually really fucking scary
this is the best thing ive ever read
my fave poem
it’s back OMG this scares me so much
— Adam Kirsch (via apoetreflects)