futile devices is totally a sick song for me as well
I considered putting the Shigeto remix you showed me instead but I realised that while the original is a sick song, the remix isn’t for me
"excuse u" - morrissey
Despite having been told on many occasions that my hair is at least vaguely reminiscent of Morrissey’s, I haven’t listened to him / the Smiths enough // 8tracks requires you to upload the tracks or find them from Soundcloud neither of which are options
I was going to quote the last lines of On Being Ill but for some reason it feels like that would spoil it somehow so I won’t and I’ll just say she’s right instead and go try to find some Anne Helen Petersen articles for this Kesha paper
<3 Virginia Woolf’s paragraph-length sentences. <3 Virginia Woolf in general.
saaaaaaaaame. I can’t believe I still haven’t finished Mrs. Dalloway. Or well, I mean, I can, because I didn’t sit down and plow through it and then school started BUT
Considering how common illness is, how tremendous the spiritual change that it brings, how astonishing, when the lights of health go down, the undiscovered countries that are then disclosed, what wastes and deserts of the soul a slight attack of influenza brings to view, what precipices and lawns sprinkled with bright flowers a little rise of temperature reveals, what ancient and obdurate oaks are uprooted in us by the act of sickness, how we go down into the pit of death and feel the waters of annihilation close above our heads and wake thinking to find ourselves in the presence of the angels and the harpers when we have a tooth out and come to the surface in the dentist’s arm-chair and confuse his “Rinse the mouth—rinse the mouth” with the greeting of the Deity stooping from the floor of Heaven to welcome us—when we think of this, as we are so frequently forced to think of it, it becomes strange indeed that illness has not taken its place with love and battle and jealousy among the prime themes of literature.
Virginia Woolf, “On Being Ill”
GUESS WHAT I’M READING IT I AM
Dashboard Confessional Fever Dreams
conrad tao dark blue (jack's mannequin cover)