Live a life that has never been lived before. Jonathan Safran Foer

“Some make their worlds without knowing it. Their universes are just sesame seeds and three-day weekends and dial tones and skinned knees and physics and driftwood and emerald earrings and books dropped in bathtubs and holes in guitars and plastic and empathy and hardwood and heavy water and high black stockings and the history of … Continue reading

Some make their worlds without knowing it.

“Some make their worlds without knowing it. Their universes are just sesame seeds and three-day weekends and dial tones and skinned knees and physics and driftwood and emerald earrings and books dropped in bathtubs and holes in guitars and plastic and empathy and hardwood and heavy water and high black stockings and the history of … Continue reading

The Oldest Verb: To Cleave

by Stacy Ericson I want a knife tonight one that fits my hand black, balanced, sharpened to a fate made to slice fat and sinew in something hungry and dead I’ll use it light and fast to cut away the years that stand between your birth and mine There’s a deep groove for tears along … Continue reading