abyss in a body

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❝This tremendous world I have inside of me. How to free myself, and this world, without tearing myself to pieces. And rather tear myself to a thousand pieces than be buried with this world within me.❞
Franz Kafka, Diaries of Franz Kafka  
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Nobuyoshi Araki
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❝In the end, one experiences only oneself […] and what could still come to me now that was not mine already? What returns, what finally comes home to me, is my own self and what of myself has long been in strange lands and scattered among all things and accidents.❞
Friedrich Nietzsche, from Thus Spoke Zarathustra 
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We built our own worlds
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❝It’s only when you’ve lost someone that you realize the nonsense of that
phrase “It’s a small world”. It isn’t. It’s a vast, devouring world, especially if you’re alone.❞
— Clive Barker 
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Joseph Carrier, Cultural Boys, Saigon, 1962 — as included in Danh Võ’s Good Life, 2007
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❝The sadness of the past is with me always.❞
— F. Scott Fitzgerald to Zelda Fitzgerald  
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❝I loved the smell of ocean water. Salt always smells like memory.❞
Sherman Alexie, “What You Pawn I Will Redeem(443)
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interviewer: so morrissey it's good to meet you
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James Houston - Photographer/Director | MOVE
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❝The sea,
tasted, drunk away, dreamed away. An hour
soul-eclipsed. The next, an autumn light,
offered up to a blind
feeling which came that way. Others, many,
with no place but their own heavy centres: glimpsed and avoided.
Foundlings, stars,
black, full of language: named
after an oath which silence annulled.❞
— Paul Celan