"In bed at 4PM
I held my pillow
and thought “oh well”
in regards to my entire life."
"I don’t want hope. Hope is killing me. My dream is to become hopeless. When you’re hopeless you don’t care. And when you don’t
care, that indifference makes you
The world is but a paradigm
It is constantly being designed and redesigned for you and by you
Thank Nature for coincidence, for mysticism, and the faulty logic of the human mind.
Thank Man for communication at light speed, pigment in medium, and chronic anxiety.
"Lexical variety, eccentric constructions and punctuation, variant spellings, archaisms, the ability to pile clause on clause, the effortless incorporation of words from other languages: flexibility, and inclusiveness, is what makes English great; and diversity is what keeps it healthy and growing, exuberantly regenerating itself with rich new forms and usages. Shakespearean words, foreign words, slang and dialect and made-up phrases from kids on the street corner: English has room for them all. And writers—not just literary writers, but popular writers as well—breathe air into English and keep it lively by making it their own, not by adhering to some style manual that gets handed out to college Freshmen in a composition class."