you are in life still where night never leaves and love is in the cool blue stars. refrigerator magnet poetry, Lincoln Square, Chicago <3C
in night-time splendor i want to kiss you, and in the sleepy morning, and in the shining daylight. but in this closeness, in the shadows that bend around our limbs and the secrets we share between our eyes, this linger of touch presses itself into my heart and i cannot bring myself to bear it. i miss you, even here.
Advice for Young Ones
phenomenaaa: Dance boldly but slowly love everything with your entire heart. Let yourself fall apart (or maybe just fall) once in a while. Keep your socks mis-matched, and dive into adventures bigger and more glorious than your body can contain. Cherish “before your time” as fervently as the present. Tint your fingertips with rainbows to keep your hands painty. Transform your life...
Magnificence of You (une valentine)
phenomenaaa: HERE at hitRECord You sing in languages I can’t understand, but in words I will never forget, and I melt away, away away, into the sunlight, into the starlight, into any light that will contain me. Just for now, or just forever. You put my soul together in patterns I didn’t recognize, refusing to see me through anything but kaleidoscope blends of the most fantastic colliding...
phenomenaaa: Here is where chaos blooms and the stars collide in the most fantastic destruction in the most fantastic creation. And you are the cosmic-rainbow heaven, you are the brightest light in the most darkened moments. Even when it is you who is covered in darkness. —- Space is fuckdamn beautiful to me. (@work) <3C @hitRECord : here
Love, in Non-Fiction
phenomenaaa: Before I met you, you couldn’t stop drinking. but then I decided I would love you, hung-over and strung-out and you stopped. Before I met you, you gave up chasing dreams and lived barely content with the life you had. Then I told you stories and all my aspirations and we began running together. Before I met you, I was afraid of elevators, I could not speak above a whisper, I knew...