Marla. Maryland. 21. Lesbian.

"   The difficulty for me in writing—among the difficulties—is to write language that can work quietly on a page for a reader. Now for that, one has to work very carefully with what is in between the words. What is not said. Which is measure, which is rhythm, and so on. So, it is what you don’t write that frequently gives what you do write its power.   "
-Toni Morrison, from “The Art of Fiction No. 134,” in the Paris Review (Fall 1993, No. 128)

thedaddynacho:

if u touch my thigh under a table in public u can bet ur sweet bippy that ur gonna be gettin some later.

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Q: Hot moms make me really uncomfortable

that’s a shame


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Q: Okay so I hate the way the word solace is supposed to be pronounce. I don't care what the right way is. To me, it will always be soul-ace, not saw-less.

hahahaha oh ok anymore fun facts while you’re at it?


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hatin:

Following back tons!
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jonathancevans:

A reportage piece looking at people who are waiting for their orders at a supermarket cafe.
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La Défense, Paris, France 2010
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toxic-ponies:

wish u could say this 2 me
Q: In the least romantic way possible, I think we're soul mates a lil bit. Maybe only like a fraction. Maybe we were created in the same stardust cluster. We got lawts n' lawts in common. I feel u. Ur rad. Stay cool.

Aw this is actually so cute. Come off anon I wanna talk to uuuu!


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Jason Hanasik
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