Avada Kedavra
tastefullyoffensive:

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Why don't you come here anymore?

I forget :/

I love

That at my job, I can get a discount on dank by trading a free drink. I also love tumblr because its the only place I can post this.

Listen. Hear the sinewy twine shake,

holding a throb. The heavy vibration

like a thundered piano chord bouncing

off thick plaster walls. Pause. Feel the taunt

of quiver loosen blood, shaded rust. Wait. Her

dominion is false. Her earthsmoke words are late,

like a moon fall. With an august burn men

will come to fisticuffs. Ruffians. Young animals

proving their breed. But her dominion is false.

When the leaves are stained blackish, hot as life

spilled, will she face us?

Remember.

Watching the crude arc,

the throat of sienna and how it struck, then rolled.

Chokecherry knots, a ravaged skein of bulbs opening up

into a fountain. Ripping the sky into a fan of fevered lights. The smell of wool,

of whiskey, and cold January skin.

Two blinks of coal mad with hope, two slivers of pitch. Two wet salves

of slate ringed with ebony. Merely, two sloe eyes.

Remembered.

In my arms, sharp shoulders and collar bones.

Blades below a pale sea of rind. Later, I will trace this frame,

defining each nerve and dent with abrupt attention. When asked, I will ruin you.

Remembering.

The arch of foot like warm marble bending, the

alabaster ankle, the tumor unused to sunlight. A shunned knob skillfully placed. 

I listened to what spoke from the depths and never.

Never.

Night did surround us, with sleep and moving time.

Then,

morning eggs in the whitest room I’ve known. You moved on steady

legs in the kitchen and we began this life.

Right then.

I’ve figured out the secret to writing.

Drink LOTS of wine.

anoncentral:

Thousands of protesters spilled into downtown Montreal on Thursday night, June 7, many of them naked or barely clothed, as police used stun grenades and truncheons to prevent them from confronting Montreal Grand Prix Formula One parties. For weeks, protesters have been promising to disrupt the Montreal Formula One Grand Prix, one of the biggest annual tourist events in Canada.(Photo by Toma Iczkovits, http://www.tomaphotographe.com/)See: Occupy Canada; Occupy Montreal - Occupons Montréal

anoncentral:

Thousands of protesters spilled into downtown Montreal on Thursday night, June 7, many of them naked or barely clothed, as police used stun grenades and truncheons to prevent them from confronting Montreal Grand Prix Formula One parties. For weeks, protesters have been promising to disrupt the Montreal Formula One Grand Prix, one of the biggest annual tourist events in Canada.

(Photo by Toma Iczkovits, http://www.tomaphotographe.com/)

See: Occupy CanadaOccupy Montreal - Occupons Montréal

kiku-ichimonji:

high school was a tough time for me

kiku-ichimonji:

high school was a tough time for me