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Before & After - Feasting Never Stops →
So glad I dont have a microwave. This is scary.
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Water by Ralph Waldo Emerson
The water understands Civilization well; It wets my foot, but prettily, It chills my life, but wittily, It is not disconcerted, It is not broken-hearted: Well used, it decketh joy, Adorneth, doubleth joy: Ill used, it will destroy, In perfect time and measure With a face of golden pleasure Elegantly destroy.
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Death of cute
[I Failed Him and He Failed Me] by Katie Ford
I failed him and he failed me— Together our skinned glance makes a sorry bridge For some frail specter who can’t get through. I failed him but maybe it was the lamp that failed, Maybe it was the meal, Maybe it was the potter Who would not intervene, maybe the clay, Maybe the plateau’s topaz, too steady to help, Or was it the meat cut two days late, was it The...
A Lover by Amy Lowell
If I could catch the green lantern of the firefly I could see to write you a letter.
WE’RE COMING OUT OF A SORT OF PUNCH-DRUNK PHASE OF AMERICAN DESIGN WHERE...– Straight Talk On American Design | Fast Company
Prayer for My Unborn Niece or Nephew by Ross Gay
Today, November 28th, 2005, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, I am staring at my hands in the common pose of the hungry and penitent. I am studying again the emptiness of my clasped hands, wherein I see my sister-in-law days from birthing the small thing which will erase, in some sense, the mystery of my father’s departure; their child will emerge with ten fingers, and toes, howling, and...