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artdunk · a day ago
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Diabolical Ghost and Jellicle Cats
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memoryslandscape · a day ago
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And now I know what most deeply connects us after that summer so many years ago, and it isn’t poetry, although it is poetry
Jason Shinder, from “Coda,” The American Poetry Review (November / December 2008)
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samiaoz · a day ago
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marijuanamodels · 9 months ago
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We didn't even realize we were making memories, we just knew we were having fun.
Winnie The Pooh
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365filmsbyauroranocte · a month ago
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Ulysse (Agnès Varda, 1983)
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weaver-z · 10 months ago
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Not to praise an advertisement but I do think that they should bring back that Jack in the Box advertisement where the Jack in the Box mascot goes to the house of a guy who says he didn't like Jack in the Box burgers and beats him violently
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eighthxjune · 3 months ago
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ancientsstudies · a month ago
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The past beats inside me like a second heart.
ig: the.sparkling.reader.
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feral-ballad · 8 months ago
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Safia Elhillo, from Home Is Not a Country; “An Illness”
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detergentbubble · a month ago
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Via Snjezana Madzar / George Seferis, tr. by Edmund Keeley & Philip Sherrard from, “Memory I.”
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memoryslandscape · a day ago
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[T]here is a way that we cling to things long after we should’ve stopped. What is it that makes us do that?
John Gallagher. from “LVIII,” In a Landscape: A Poem (BOA Editions, 2014) 
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itscolossal · 10 days ago
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A House of Crimson Steel Vines Harbors Memory and Mourning in Wuhan Shimenfeng Memorial Park
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shelbyhurd · 18 days ago
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Over the years I’ve come to think of memories as tiny living things, microorganisms that swim through the brain until they’ve found the right compartment in which to settle down and rest. If the compartment isn’t available, if there’s no proper label for the memory, it takes up residence somewhere else, gets lodged in a corner and gnaws at you periodically, cropping up at odd times, or in dreams.
Caroline Knapp, Drinking: A Love Story
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marijuanamodels · 9 months ago
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If you're going through hell, keep going.
Winston Churchill
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freshmoviequotes · 11 months ago
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Sans soleil (1983)
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1-d-a · 2 months ago
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Memoria (2021) dir. Apichatpong Weerasethakul
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derangedrhythms · 3 months ago
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Margaret Atwood, Morning in the Burned House; from ‘A Visit’
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feral-ballad · 5 months ago
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Rosario Castellanos, tr. by Julian Palley, from Meditation on the Threshold: A Bilingual Anthology of Poetry; “Kinsey report”
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ancientsstudies · 2 months ago
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You never wanted to let go of those memories.
ig: daydreamiranda.
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memoryslandscape · 2 months ago
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Memory is tricky. We remember how it felt, not necessarily how it was.
James Taylor, from Break Shot: My First 21 Years (Audible Originals, 2020)
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