“Addiction is tricky. For example: a man who quit smoking for 11 years spent 15 seconds in an elevator with a man smoking a cigarette. He gave in. What I’m trying to say is I think I love you again.”
— (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)
(Source: alienveins, via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)
5:54 pm • 24 May 2013 • 22,415 notes
: May Short of the Month: SCALE MODEL by Rachel Kolman
Below is a short excerpt from our May Short of the Month by Rachel Kolman:
Kelsey walked past a man on the beach building the Taj Mahal out of sand. She lowered the clipboard in her hands, no longer thinking about charting the dead fish washing on the shore, and instead watched this…
LOVED this story! So Much. YOU SHOULD READ IT. And check out Rachel’s WhiskeyPaper story JUNE, CHRISTMAS & JULY.
4:47 pm • 23 May 2013 • 11 notes
“As it has been said:
Love and a cough
cannot be concealed.
Even a small cough.
Even a small love.”
— Anne Sexton (via align)
(Source: libraryland, via scout)
9:41 pm • 21 May 2013 • 1,165 notes
“She’s got a memory like a slow watermill. Hold, turn, spill. She keeps everything she needs for as long as she needs it, and then she lets go. Anything she forgets, she scoops back up again.”
— NEW STORY POSTED: “Catch and Release” by Justin J. Brouckaert. WhiskeyPaper, May 2013.
11:30 am • 19 May 2013 • 6 notes