you know it’s going to stay with you for a long time when you know you’ve just read/watched/heard something beautiful—no, really, actually, beautiful—and you can’t even begin to know why and you just want to read/watch/hear it again and again and linger in it for as long as you can
1:37 am • 10 March 2014 • 1 note
Lately I’ve been leaving cracks in the sidewalk where I walk.
Lately I’ve noticed the sidewalk cracks under my feet.
I’ve begun to leave cracks in the sidewalk whenever I walk.
The past few days I’ve noticed cracks in the sidewalk forming under my feet.
The weight of my body leaves cracks in the sidewalk, alternating left and right.
The sidewalk cracks under the heft of my body.
When I walk outside I leave cracks in the sidewalk.
My feet leave little cracks in the sidewalk where I walk.
My body’s so heavy the sidewalk’s like sand, crumbling under every step.
The weight of my body turns the sidewalk into sand.
My feet crush the sidewalk into sand.
My feet make sand of the sidewalk.
I am heavy. I am walking and leaving cracks in the sidewalk.
I walk and leave cracks in the sidewalk.
I leave cracks in the sidewalk.
I walk and crack the sidewalk.
I am heavy enough to leave cracks in the sidewalk.
The sidewalk crumbles under the weight of my body.
My feet pound the cement. I look behind me and see little cracks.
The sidewalk can’t support my body. It crumbles into sand.
The sidewalk can’t support my weight.
The sidewalk opens up beneath my feet and swallows me whole.
The sidewalk doesn’t swallow me whole. It swallows me in two bites.
5:31 pm • 7 March 2014 • 1 note
a rhetorical or literary figure in which words, grammatical constructions, or concepts are repeated in reverse order, in the same or a modified form.
7:51 pm • 4 March 2014
i’ve been sick and i can see the tiny veins in my eyelid and i think that’s kind of cool
12:59 pm • 2 March 2014 • 4 notes