1. hernia

    strain tied in a ball 

    something that can’t be undone

    i’m calm 

    letting my innards unravel with grace

     
  2. experimental-jelly:

    brooks nielsen // los growlers tour 

     

  3. tea cup poodles

    missing a lost car

    when can i go home

    haiku that is not a haiku

    vegetables

    hummus

    fuzzy wine

    we had a great time.

     
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  5. "You can’t measure time by days the way you measure money by dollars and cents, because dollars are all the same while every day is different and maybe every hour as well."
    — Jorge Luis Borges (via augustuszeus)

    (Source: likeafieldmouse, via fuckyeahexistentialism)

     
  6. fastcompany:

    You may have seen the viral video “Old Man In Nursing Home Reacts To Music.” Filmmaker Michael Rossato-Bennett talks about that moment and his documentary about reaching through dementia with music.

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    "Our film addresses some subjects people don’t like to talk about, yet it’s a joyous experience because we show that people suffering from memory loss still have this life inside that runs incredibly deep."

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  7. "Life is a garden, not a road. We enter and exit through the same gate. Wandering, where we go matters less than what we notice."
    — Kurt Vonnegut (via likeafieldmouse)

    (via lizzyletgo)

     

  8. Arizona

    He was mean with a hard heart and that’s what called her to him. He drove her through the desert to see his parents. His father was a mustached man who left his mother alone in her bed every hot summer night. She sweat enough for the both of them and left the bed wet for his morning return. They made love they thought, but it was more like fucking, in the hot closed up truck on the side of the road. No cars were in sight for miles. There were only open plains and mile markers, so someone could keep track of their time.

     
  9. leeiro:

    Jennifer Gentle - Twin Ghosts

     
     
  10. nprmusic:

    Joyce Manor’s Smiths obsession makes for a confident, focused, 19-minute record that still gleefully indulges in pick scrapes and fast three-chord songs.

    Stream Never Hungover Again from NPR Music’s First Listen