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    My struggles as a book addict

    1. 1: Talking myself out of buying books I can't afford.
    2. 2: Having a reading list that I won't be able to complete in one life time.
    3. 3: Every book looks appealing.
    4. 4: Everyone assumes that I've read every book they mention.
    5. 5: Then when I say I haven't read the book they mention, they give me one of "those" looks (you know what look I'm talking about."
    6. 6: I actually feel an ache to shop for books...online.
    7. 7: I'm running out of room.
    8. 8: All the books in one genre start sounding the same after a while.
    9. 9: Reading strikes.
    10. 10: Book Affairs.
    11. 11: Leaving a book half-finished.
    12. 12: Never finishing a series.
    13. 13: Not sleeping.
    14. 14: People talking to me when I'm trying to read a really good book.
    15. 15: Having a parent tell you that you read to much and/or spend too much money on books.
    16. 16: All of the bookcases and bookshelves on Tumblr look like something made for your future home.
    17. 17: Book porn. It's lethal.
    18. 18: Doing nothing all day because a book needs to be read.

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    wallflowerbloom:

    No matter what anybody tells you, words and ideas can change the world.

    We don’t read and write poetry because it’s cute. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion. And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for.

    (Dead Poets Society, 1989)

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    awritersruminations:

    There is no more I can lose. We have
         reached the end of ending.
    And so I simply stroke, and
         stroke. And stroke your face.

    —Marina Tsvetaeva, from “Poem of the End” (translated by Elaine Feinstein)

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The Secret Garden by Christina Chung

    eatsleepdraw:

    The Secret Garden by Christina Chung

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