Wednesday, September 17, 2014
down with hell and heaven and all the religious fuss
infinity pleased our parents
one inch looks good to us.
e.e. cummings (via remuslupinly)

(Source: observando)

thesoundandthefurry:

Regan Farquhar aka Busdriver. His new album Perfect Hair dropped last week (9/8/14) on Big Dada. Some of you may remember his mind-blowing guest spot on Islands' 2006 track "Where There’s a Will There’s A Whalebone" (from Return to the Sea), but he’s got some damn good guest rhymes of his own from Aesop Rock, Danny Brown, and Open Mike Eagle on Perfect Hair. RECOMMENDED.
Check out my favorite track from Perfect Hair “Upsweep” below: 

(photo via HELLFYRE CLUB)

thesoundandthefurry:

Regan Farquhar aka Busdriver. His new album Perfect Hair dropped last week (9/8/14) on Big Dada. Some of you may remember his mind-blowing guest spot on Islands' 2006 track "Where There’s a Will There’s A Whalebone" (from Return to the Sea), but he’s got some damn good guest rhymes of his own from Aesop Rock, Danny Brown, and Open Mike Eagle on Perfect Hair. RECOMMENDED.

Check out my favorite track from Perfect Hair “Upsweep” below: 

(photo via HELLFYRE CLUB)

Saturday, September 13, 2014
Dialogue in fiction is always written to be read in silence. The page is the limit. Dialogue on stage and on the screen is meant to be spoken. The voice is the limit. Guillermo Cabrera Infante (via theparisreview)
Friday, September 12, 2014
argonauticae:

elektra - sophocles (trans. anne carson)

argonauticae:

elektra - sophocles (trans. anne carson)

Tuesday, September 9, 2014
nprmusic:

With a borrowed acoustic guitar, watch Benjamin Booker play “Have You Seen My Son?” outside one of the secluded secret tunnels in the heart of Fort Adams State Park. 

nprmusic:

With a borrowed acoustic guitar, watch Benjamin Booker play “Have You Seen My Son?” outside one of the secluded secret tunnels in the heart of Fort Adams State Park. 

Monday, September 8, 2014
& how the hell did I get to be forty
& learn to put on clothes & wash my back &
paint my toenails but can’t coherently move
a sentence from my lips among strangers
or ease my sister’s hurt or keep from injuring
the man I love in remarkable & dangerous ways?
Jeanann Verlee, “The Riot Kings (of Apartment F9),” published in Nailed Magazine (via bostonpoetryslam)
bostonpoetryslam:

Pyper Stever, “A Mother Must,” published in Sundog Lit

bostonpoetryslam:

Pyper Stever, “A Mother Must,” published in Sundog Lit

you have had love, and that means
your sternum is a divining rod

for both passion and grief. because the tongue is the body’s
strongest muscle, make it say

joy. make it say I am a factory of splendid things. make it say
the octopus is the smartest animal

in the animal kingdom, and I am an octopus.
I am an octopus.
I am happy. my survival

was not an accident, or purposeless.
Marty McConnell, “zoo,” published on Roots of She (via bostonpoetryslam)
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
nevver:

Werner Herzog
Monday, September 1, 2014

cosmogyraal:

if not, winter – fragments of sappho by anne carson