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weusedtobegiants · 2 days ago
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Who can say what the world is? The world is in flux, therefore unreadable, the winds shifting, the great plates invisibly shifting and changing—
Louise Glück, from Averno
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malojasnake · 3 months ago
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— Sunrise, by Louise Glück
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kafk-a · a month ago
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Louise Glück, from an interview with poet in Poets & Writers
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Quotes: 1.) Louise Glück, From Averno; “Blue Rotunda” 2.) Ocean Vuong, from On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous 3.) Clarice Lispector, from Selected Crônicas; “Excess and Privation ,” 4.) Rachel Cusk, on the reception of Aftermath, as cited in Olivia Sudjic’s Exposure
Art: 1.) Daniel F. Gerhartz 2.) Adrian Ghenie, Henrik Uldalen 3.) Helene Delmaire, Glenn Brown 4.) Alexandra Levasseur
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bakwaaas · 8 months ago
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Louise Glück
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louisegluck · 7 months ago
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Louise Glück, from “Blue Rotunda.”
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heavensghost · a month ago
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‘We look at the world once, in childhood. The rest is memory.’ Louise Glück
Sewn onto fabric
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arthuriankings · 11 months ago
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the front bottoms, twin size mattress // @rbhvleo​ on tumblr // richard siken, crush (little beast) // taylor swift, cruel summer // unknown source // ada limón, bright dead things //  margaret atwood, we are hard // ocean vuong, on earth we’re briefly gorgeous // @normal-horoscopes​ on tumblr // halsey, trouble (stripped) //  richard siken, crush (scheherazade) // louise glück // richard siken, a primer for small weird loves // @bipeds 
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soracities · 6 months ago
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on touch, trust, and fear
Anne Carson, “Dirt and Desire - Essay on the Phenomenology of Female Pollution in Antiquity”  |  In the Mood for Love, dir. Wong Kar-wai  |  May Sarton, Journal of a Solitude  |  Louise Glück, “Epithalamium”  |  photographer unknown (via @birsiyahhikayesi  ) |  Mary Ruefle, “The Cart”
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weusedtobegiants · 2 days ago
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No one who knew me then is still alive.
Louise Glück, from Averno
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derangedrhythms · 6 months ago
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Louise Glück, The Triumph of Achilles; from ‘From the Japanese’
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metamorphesque · a month ago
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[“I could live almost completely in imagination.”] [“I've never done anything but dream. This, and this alone, has been the meaning of my life. My only real concern has been my inner life.”]
louise glück / su xinyu / fernando pessoa
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seaoflove · a year ago
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louise glück, from averno
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decreation · 2 months ago
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Averno, Louise Glück
[ID: You get on a train, you disappear. / You write your name on the window, you disappear. There are places like this everywhere, / places you enter as a young girl, / from which you never return.]
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louisegluck · 3 months ago
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Louise Glück, from “March.”
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sorjuanas · 5 months ago
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“ugly, bitter, and true” suzanne rivecca // “faulty” leila chatti // “waiting” marya hornbacher // “blue rotunda” louise glück
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adrasteiax · a month ago
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The night isn’t dark; the world is dark. Stay with me a little longer.
Louise Glück, from Departure in “Poems 1962-2012″
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