I love you but I’m married.
I love you but I wish you had more hair.
I love you more.
I love you more like a friend.
I love your friends more than you.
I love how when we go into a mall and classical muzak is playing,
you can always name the composer.
I love you, but one or both of us is/are fictional.
I love you but "I" am an unstable signifier.
I love you saying, "I understand the semiotics of that" when I said, "I
had a little personal business to take care of.”

I love you as long as you love me back.
I love you in spite of the restraining order.
I love you from the coma you put me in.
I love you when you’re not getting drunk and stupid.
I love how you get me.
I love your pain, it’s so competitive.
I love how emotionally unavailable you are.
I love you like I’m a strange backyard and you’re running from the
cops, looking for a place to stash your gun.
I love your hair.
I love you but I’m just not that into you.
I love you secretly.
I love how you make me feel like I’m a monastery in the desert.
I love how you defined grace as the little turn the blood in the
syringe takes when you’re shooting heroin, after you pull back
the plunger slightly to make sure you hit the vein.
I love your mother, she’s the opposite of mine.
I love you and feel a powerful spiritual connection to you, even
though we’ve never met.
I love your tacos! I love your stick deodorant!
I love it when you tie me up with ropes using the knots you
learned in Boy Scouts, and when you do the stoned Dennis
Hopper rap from Apocalypse Now!
I love your extravagant double takes!
I love your mother, even though I’m nearly her age!
I love everything about you except your hair.
If it weren’t for that I know I could really, really love you.
— Kim Addonizio, from Lucifer At The Starlite: Forms Of Love (via violentwavesofemotion)
Surround yourself with those who bring out the best in you, not the stress in you.

TheDailyPositive.com (via thedailypozitive)

Can you see the point?;)

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A writer is a world trapped in a person. — Victor Hugo (via uh-huh-shes-alive)

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Mas existe…

Deixei de compreender a própria perfeição
Quando a perfeição se reescreveu na noção
D’algo perfeito para além do que posso ver,
Sentir e ter - algo perfeito para além do ser…
Cuido agora que há deuses maiores que Deus
Sendo que olhos mais divinos do que os teus
Os não há, nem mesmo que assim o desejasse.
Sonho, pois, qu’este amor amado nunca passe.

                                            Fabien Euskadi

Egoism is nothing but the affirmation of consciousness to be independent and supreme over everything else, and it cannot tolerate the existence of any other ego, because consciousness has no opposite. Swami Krishnananda In “The Study and Practice of Yoga” 

Vai alta no céu a lua da Primavera

Vai alta no céu a lua da Primavera
Penso em ti e dentro de mim estou completo.

Corre pelos vagos campos até mim uma brisa ligeira.
Penso em ti, murmuro o teu nome; e não sou eu: sou feliz.

Amanhã virás, andarás comigo a colher flores pelo campo,
E eu andarei contigo pelos campos ver-te colher flores.
Eu já te vejo amanhã a colher flores comigo pelos campos,
Pois quando vieres amanhã e andares comigo no campo a colher flores,
Isso será uma alegria e uma verdade para mim.

                                        Alberto Caeiro

And, within two or three steps, you will see it: the sea. Here, it’s everywhere.

And, within two or three steps, you will see it: the sea. Here, it’s everywhere.

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Writing Advice From: John Steinbeck

What is your #1 piece of writing advice for aspiring authors?

Forget your generalized audience. In the first place, the nameless, faceless audience will scare you to death and in the second place, unlike the theater, it doesn’t exist. In writing, your audience is one single reader. I have found that sometimes it helps to pick out one person—a real person you know, or an imagined person and write to that one.

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aren’t you writing a novel?

Yes, I do, my dear friend - thanks for the advice:)


starstruck-9 asked: The last :) What is the most inspiring book you've ever read?

That´s a tricky one. For sure, “Wuthering Heights” inspired me to be a writer, but, as a writer, I took inspiration from many more books - and even Dan Brown is amongst the authors that inspired me. 

But as a life inspiration, Charles Dicken´s “A tale of Two Cities” - I am like Sidney Carton.


starstruck-9 asked: Genre you rarely read? :)

Hum… sci-fi?


starstruck-9 asked: What’s one of your favorite words? :)



starstruck-9 asked: If someone wrote a book about your life, what would the title be?

I don´t know - the better parts are still to happen:)

A good title?

"He lived, he loved"


run-mouse asked: Y , please. Why did you cry?

When I wrote a post about my grandpa ten years after he died.

Few people are able to make me spill tears and he is one of them.