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shi-saa · 2 days
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March 21, 1928 The early diary of Anaïs Nin, 1903-1977
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quotemadness · 2 days
If we’re going to talk, then let’s talk. Forget about what is polite or proper and delve right into what is sincere and honest. Lead me down through the labyrinth of your true, spectacular self. I am not interested in pleasantries. If you want a conversation, then let’s get lost.
Beau Taplin
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thoughtkick · 2 days
I'm not afraid to love, I'm afraid of not being loved back.
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thehopefulquotes · 3 days
I learned not to trust people; I learned not to believe what they say but to watch what they do. I learned to suspect that everyone is capable of living a lie. I came to believe that other people - even when you think you know them well - are ultimately unknowable.
Lynn Barber
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perfectquote · 2 days
You can be a good person with a kind heart, and still say no.
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quotefeeling · 2 days
If it’s still in your mind, it is still in your heart.
Paulo Coelho
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metamorphesque · 1 day
💌 some of my favorite poems for World Poetry Day 💌 
A Cloud in Trousers by Vladimir Mayakovsky
Don’t leave the room by Joseph Brodsky (the original)
Ich finde dich (I find you) by Rainer Maria Rilke
The Thing Is by Ellen Bass
You, Darkness by Rainer Maria Rilke
I Am Offering this Poem by Jimmy Santiago Baca
a splinter of my imagination by Halina Poswiatowska
One Art by Elizabeth Bishop
The Quiet World by Jeffrey McDaniel
Wait For Me by Konstantin Simonov (tr. by Mike Munford)  
Before You Came by Faiz Ahmed Faiz
What I Could Never Confess Without Some Bravado by Emily Palermo
Miss you. Would like to take a walk with you. by Gabrielle Calvocoressi
I Want to Write Something So Simply by Mary Oliver
What's Not to Love by Brendan Constantine
Bluebird by Charles Bukowski
Time does not bring relief (Sonnet II) by Edna St. Vincent Millay
Mad Girl's Love Song by Sylvia Plath
Dear [ ] by Nick Lantz
Dogfish by Mary Oliver
Persephone the Wanderer by Louise Glück
Scheherazade by Richard Siken
The End of Poetry by Ada Limón
A Myth of Devotion by Louise Glück
Where does such tenderness come from? by Marina Tsvetaeva
I Loved You by Alexander Pushkin
Poems for Blok by Marina Tsvetaeva
I’m Glad Your Sickness by Marina Tsvetaeva
Wait for her by Mahmoud Darwish
The Guest by Anna Akhmatova
Listen! by Vladimir Mayakovsky
Carousel by Vahan Teryan
Landscape with a Blur of Conquerors by Richard Siken
Portrait of Fryderyk in Shifting Light by Richard Siken
Notebook Fragments by Ocean Vuong
Headfirst by Ocean Vuong
Advice from Dionysus by Shinji Moon
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emotionalwords · 2 days
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flowerytale · 1 day
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Janet Fitch, from White Oleander  
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feelingsoftheday · 2 days
Sometimes you have to make a decision that will break your heart but will give peace to your soul.
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poetry-siir · 3 days
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brok3np4radise · 3 months
You cannot make everyone think and feel as deeply as you do. This is your tragedy … because you understand them, and they do not understand you.
Daniel Saint
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quotemadness · 2 days
A huge amount of freedom comes when you take nothing personally.
Don Miguel Ruiz
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thoughtkick · 2 days
Your heart knows things that your mind can’t explain.
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thehopefulquotes · 2 days
Some hearts understand each other even in silence.
Yasmine Mogahed
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