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"You came to me like a dream, you held me in reality and will leave me gasping for your loving breath when you are gone" - Paul Acquasanta
When wealth is passed off as merit, bad luck is seen as bad character. This is how ideologues justify punishing the sick and the poor. But poverty is neither a crime nor a character flaw. Stigmatise those who let people die, not those who struggle to live.
—— Sarah Kendzior, A government shutdown, a social breakdown (via randomactsofchaos)Permalink
Quedamos en vernos pronto. Me dio vergüenza decirle que deseaba verla al otro día o que deseaba seguir viéndola allí mismo y que ella no debería separarse ya nunca de mí.
—— Ernesto Sábato (via cmonts)Permalink
Nothing haunts us like the things we don’t say.
—— Mitch Albom (via onlinecounsellingcollege)
EDGAR ALLAN POE died in Baltimore on Sunday last. His was one of the very few original minds that this country has produced. In the history of literature, he will hold a certain position and a high place. By the public of the day he is regarded rather with curiosity than with admiration. Many will be startled, but few will be grieved by the news. He had very few friends, and he was the friend of very few—if any. But his character and adventures were too remarkable, and his literary merits too indubitable, to pass from the stage with the simple announcement already given.
From the Richmond Semi-Weekly Examiner, vol. II, no. 98, October 12, 1849
January 19, 1809 – October 7, 1849(via dendroica)
Untitled on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/80078606/via/karengp