me and my friends asked to act casual for a picture
— Richard Hugo, from “I Teach Out of Love,” On Poetry & Craft (Copper Canyon Press, 2001)
— Shakespeare, Hamlet (via psych-facts)
Today the wind was rattling my window
more than ever.
I wedged a piece of paper in the gap.
It was your letter.
—Kostas Hrisos, “Useful,” (April, 2002)
— introverts (via ileu)
— Tracee Ellis Ross (via fawun)
If you hold an empty gatorade bottle up to your ear you can hear the sports.
I am faint with love;
for upon my head the moonlight
as a sword.
— Skipwith Cannéll, “Nocturnes,” Poetry (August 1913). (via (via apoetreflects)