I will only let you touch me
if your hands are so full of intention that every brush of your palms feels like you writing a novel on my skin.
Azra. T, Braile (via satyanaas)
These so-called “lunar pits” could potentially provide quite the shelter
I want to write because I have the urge to excel in one medium of translation and expression of life. I can’t be satisfied with the colossal job of merely living. Oh, no, I must order life in sonnets and sestinas and provide a verbal reflector for my 60-watt lighted head.
Sylvia Plath, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath
My 21-Day Gratitude Challenge: Reflections
Recently, I came across a quote about endings, which is now one of my favourite guides for storytelling. In a nutshell, the author of the quote proposes that a good ending can become the beginning of another story. Not that it has to, mind you. The key is being able to visualise the possibilities, whether from a writer’s or reader’s perspective.
That’s why, as I reflected on the past three weeks…
You are not broken. You are human. Learn the difference.
Ten word story (via blossomfully)