disconaivete: Omari Shakir is part of the...
I am. I am. I am.: Dirty Boots →
carminesuitcase: Today I wore a shirt that smelled like us: cracked cedar smeared with love and resentment seven years worth of moments lingering on the cotton I used to store in a closet next to yours I am not the woman who wore this shirt last year: weighed down by a shadow denying that she and I were the same
What is my life for and what am I going to do with it? I don’t know and I’m...– Sylvia Path (via salveo)
King Krule’s (DJ JD Sports’) Soundcloud, all day. Check out the Pitchfork interview here.
Is This the Future of Punctuation!? →
markcoatney: By contrast, use of the semicolon is dwindling. Although colons were common as early as the 14th century, the semicolon was rare in English books before the 17th century. It has always been regarded as a useful hybrid—a separator that’s also a connector—but it’s a trinket beloved of people who want to show that they went to the right school. More surprising is the eclipse of the...
pilgrimsoulinme: I become naked of pretense. I do not need to play the part. I only need to be.