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ansouis
06–06–22 
"There are some who think this man mad, but I prefer the madness of this man to the sanity of others."
— William Wordsworth (about William Blake)

bueys
08–09–21

“Oui, mais ça ne fait rien si on a de la bonne volonté. Nous avons déjà constaté que rien n’est plus important que l’erreur et qu’il n’y a rien de pire que de vouloir sans cesse éviter de faire des erreurs, que de dire sans cesse :  aha, d’abord ça, et puis après, plus tard je ferai ça quand je saurai tout. Dans ce cas je ne saurai jamais rien. Il faut que je fonce, il faut que je me jette à l’eau : ce n’est que dans l’eau que l’on apprend à nager. En avant !, et alors on apprend, on fait des erreurs et faire des erreurs amène à se corriger ou bien on se cherche des maîtres...”
— Joseph Beuys
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quotes, françaispantin, flowers

june
20-06-21
I overdressed at Mark's funeral because I still wanted it to be Spring.

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death, flowers

entre les falaises
24-05-21
I could enunciate the details of every single rock that sunk
and clamored beneath our feet
craggy but soft
eroded by a hundred years of salt baths
each and everyone of them called out my name

I put two of them in my pocket.

“Hold onto those rocks,” you said
“They’re sacred.”

Clenching them in my fists
I feel the rumble of the ocean
the wind in my hair
the fetid smell of algae and seaweed
the soft ripple of tide pools

no matter where I am.

dijon
06-20
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.” 
— Robert Frost
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dijon, flowers, quotes, france




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