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Jay Bell, Something Like Summer

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A book is a door, you know. Always and forever. A book is a door into another place and another heart and another world.
Catherynne M. Valente  (via quotestomorals)

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this-is-just-alice:

Well…YES.

IT’S SPRINNGG!!

YAY! This is your typical ‘check out my blog’ self-promoting post! I’ve reblogged some originals ICYMI (excuse the typo in the posts), and don’t forget to check out my archive. As always, my ‘ask’ box is open! Labeled ‘Who ARE You?’

Please check it out!

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Hide and Seek (Original)

stephdowntherabbithole:

With every creeaakk from upstairs my friend’s eyes dart around the cramped cabinet like squirrels evading traffic. The glow-in-the-dark stars (leftover from decorating the twin bed set my sister and I got) are taped haphazardly all around the decaying particle board walls, glowing weakly. Light…

INYMI- Reblogging some originals for more self-promoting. Check out my blog!

Dirty Harry (Original)

stephdowntherabbithole:

You know that writing exercise where the professor gives you a topic, you write one line and pass it along? In this case, the topic was “The End”. This is the result:

Is also the beginning, my funny one

Erratic endings evoke elusive emotions

When does a person truly start living?

Succumbed to rot with bleached bones

Yippie Kai Yay 

INYMI- Reblogging some of my original stuff

stephdowntherabbithole:

For my theatre class. I apologize for the poor sound quality.  Keating’s (Robin Williams) monologue from Dead Poets Society  (1989)

ICYMI- My monologue for theatre class.

knightof-hope:

vanishedschism:

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reading-thoughts:

edwardspoonhands:

Not Iambic….Do Not Accept…

These tags I’ll pop, and boast in rhyming verse
that what I wear puts swagger in my gait;
though twenty shillings have I in my purse,
my self-esteem and manhood both inflate
when lofty furs I purchase for a cent.
Thy grandpa’s clothes are worthy salvage, though
they smell a trifle musty. Still, I spent
much less to dress myself from head to toe.

To save or not to save? The question’s moot.
I’ll never give my coin to high-street crooks.
These dusty shelves will yield their hidden loot
to those, like me, more frugal in their looks.
Like ancient coins washed up on distant shores,
I’ll find my treasures in these thrifty stores.
     - Macklemore, “Thrift Shoppe”

*Crying with laughter*

ITS IN IAMBIC PENTAMETER. SWEET JESUS THIS IS MY NEW FAVORITE THING.

THIS IS THE MOST BRILLIANT POSY I HAVE EVER SEEN.

Guys, that’s not only Iambic, that’s a fucking sonnet. *claps*

Grammatically correct for the period and a couple of references to Shakespeare’s actual works.

I’m sincerely impressed.

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faultinourstarsmovie:

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  • 1. Coming to the door to pick someone up.
  • 2. Trying to dress really nicely for a date.
  • 3. Bringing flowers or other tokens of affection to the first date.
  • 4. Going dancing that’s not grinding on a grimy club floor.
  • 5. Straightforwardly asking someone out and not calling it “hanging out.”
  • 6. Additionally, being clear about when you’re “going steady.”
  • 7. Romantic gestures like writing poems.
  • 8. Turning electronics off and just being with one another.
  • 9. The general concept of asking permission for things.
  • 10. Not assuming sex is to be had at any point in time.
  • by Kate Bailey