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  2. "

    And it is true what they say you know

    When you are young and in love, you don’t really need much more

    I realized it when I looked at them sitting on the roof after a party

    Maybe because they reminded me so much of you and I almost exactly a year ago

    She was mesmerized by the sunrise and he was looking at her eyes like they were the gates of heaven

    And the city was right beneath them

    Air that smelled like gasoline and unsual morning silence

    I thought I heard a car crashing into a building, but it was just the sound of her heart beating

    When he put his hand on hers

    And at that moment I swear I could smell and taste their love in the air

    The smell of coffee and clean sheets, and maybe also of blood and dry gin

    And I tried to get drunk off their love to forget how lonely I was, but the only thing it made me forget

    Was the color of the sunrise when I used to watch it with

    You.

    "
    — Sunrise, Gasoline and Lovers
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  3. "I am interested in language because it wounds or seduces me."
    — Roland Barthes, The Pleasure of the Text (via wordsnquotes)

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  6. "Men do communicate, often very directly, but women sometimes cannot accept how simple what we have to say is."
    — Chris Abani (via infinite-paradox)

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  15. "Nonsense wakes up the brain cells. And it helps develop a sense of humor, which is awfully important in this day and age. Humor has a tremendous place in this sordid world. It’s more than just a matter of laughing. If you can see things out of whack, then you can see how things can be in whack."
    — Dr. Seuss (via wordsnquotes)