excerpt of “Morning Birds,” Tomas Tranströmer (via acopios)
words cannot describe how much i hate the girls voice in the asus vivobook advert
YES, what are we some kind of into the wild parody now? The advert makes women look like idiots, just jovially carrying a laptop around in the Savanna, high chance of robbery maybe?…gah.
I was reading this article today on Atlantic, titled
SHOCK HORROR! Pass the smelling salts and put a pillow under her head… um, is this not a well known fact? Since when did this become a discovery? I find it ridiculous that someone paid a Berger guy to reach this conclusion, and even more disturbing that he got a publishing deal out of it!
In my opinion this just puts us back a few years really..silly headlines like this are demeaning to the woman out there who know they enjoy sex, not just for “emotional security” (apparently this was the sole reason women were seeking sex before this groundbreaking study) but for the pure reason (as quoted above) that they just want to be f*****, because it feels good and it’s empowering.
Days like this. 3 hours laughing over skype, criminal minds. Sometimes it’s no enough anymore, soon though xx
”In my mouth are sweet red grapevines
grown from our kisses
that i pick with my tongue
suck light berry hints
like our first kiss
I must preserve stores like an animal
etch dates into my bones like a weary carpenter
my body has become a prison wall
until the train takes me home again”
Todays fun fact: Enoch Powell wrote sex poetry at Cambridge. Really graphic sex poetry using the words “stream of hot white lava” le boke.
Unwoven Light - An installation piece by artist Soo Sunny Park. The installation is created by fastening tiny squares of plexi-glass into barbed wire. Park then manipulates the wire to make sublime iridescent shapes, creating a surreal landscape piece.
Park works with the idea of the “liminal space” the concept she finds interesting is:
"“the space between the physical mental worlds — straddling both sides of a divide, bringing two things together.”
The composition of this piece is fascinating to watch, the artist is so articulate with how she wants each piece to present itself, and the creative process really shows Park’s passion for her work.