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MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts

  1. MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts
    posted a quote
    February 10, 2013 12:59am EST
    "I felt that I was not,
    never had been and never would be
    a living part of this overpoweringly solid
    and deeply meaningful world around me."
    John Knowles, A Separate Peace

  2. MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts
    posted a quote
    February 10, 2013 12:44am EST
    Happy and sad. Cold and passionate.

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    posted a quote
    February 10, 2013 12:28am EST
    "When you photograph people in color,
    your photograph their clothes.
    But when you photograph people in B&W,
    you photograph their souls."
    Ted Grant

  4. MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts
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    February 10, 2013 12:21am EST
    "A half finished book,
    after all,
    is a half finished love affair."

  5. MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts
    posted a quote
    February 10, 2013 12:18am EST
    I am not a graceful person.
    I am not a Sunday morning, or a summer sunset.
    I am a Monday morning, and a long work commute.
    I am a broken window during February.
    I fall from elegance with a dull thump.
    I don't belong to people,
    I belong to all the hearts that have been broken.
    The way light and dark mix under my skin has become a glow
    You don't see the dying star, but you hear the explosion.

  6. MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts
    posted a quote
    February 10, 2013 12:09am EST
    Make art without anyone's permission.

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    posted a quote
    February 9, 2013 11:57pm EST
    Love is an excuse to get hurt,
    and to hurt.

  8. MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts
    posted a quote
    February 9, 2013 11:54pm EST
    I fear I've wasted all my sun,
    I fear I've wasted all my time.
    Everything is faded.

  9. MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts
    posted a quote
    February 9, 2013 11:50pm EST
    I lost everyone.

  10. MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts
    posted a quote
    January 26, 2013 12:57pm EST
    "Curves are everywhere in Eastern culture:
    our writing, our architecture, our instruments, the way we dance, even the tone of our language is curved. The West was built on angles. The East was built on curves."

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    December 28, 2012 10:05pm EST
    Do you ever finally get out of bed after staying up all night to finish a book, or after you read a poem that faultlessly describes the way you feel about life, and you just sit around in a daze not feeling anything? You just feel empty, or maybe you do feel something, some sort of heart ache that makes you feel less than yourself?
    It’s all because this piece of writing was so beautiful, and using the limited English vocabulary, this person had picked out the perfect words to write this piece, and it describes exactly how you think, and you read it at the perfect time of your life?
    Do you feel sad because you know that here’s this person that can write so much more smoothly than you do, and they could be more intelligent than you to write this piece? Like, you just think, “Wow, why did I not think of writing this myself? It fits in how I feel, like a puzzle piece, and I could have written something this beautiful, so why didn’t I?” Although you also might feel happy, like less of an alien for thinking and feeling such things. Maybe you’re feeling some way, and you assume that no one else will know what you’re going through, and finally you find this piece of writing by a person long gone, or if not, a person you will never meet, and they don’t know about you, they know nothing of you, yet they’re writing a piece and it makes you feel like less of a stranger? Do you read this piece of writing, and it feels like there’s someone holding your hand throughout this period of life you’re going through, and it becomes your favorite piece of art ever?
    Shouldn’t you feel empty, though? Because you know you’re going to grow up one day, and you’re going to be sitting in your apartment at your desk, writing, and there will be nothing left to write about? You aspire to be a writer, the sort that people would read you work, and feel as if you’re holding their hand, but can’t because all the best things to write about have already been written about? In such a way that your mediocre writing could never compare to, all because this person was so smart and so in touch with how they feel, that they had the idea to write this beautiful piece of work before you did? And you know that one day you’re going to grow up, and just be another person sitting at a desk in a lamp-lit room, feeling as if you’ll never be more than you are right now?
    Maybe it’s not even the subject of which this person chose to write about, but it’s how they wrote it. Even if you don’t feel or think this way, this author has written this piece in such a way that you feel even yourself is going through the same thing? When you finish, you just wonder why you can’t write that way. Why can’t I sound so amazing when I write? Compared to this person, my writing is so amateur. Anyone could write the way that I do, even though I have tried all my life to get onto this level of writing, that it still will just never be good enough? Why don’t I choose words like that to write a poem with? Beautiful, soft words that just flow off of the paper and into my soul and it makes me feel a way I wasn’t feeling in the beginning? Even if this person didn’t use such words that make you think, even if they just wrote in a way that it’s like you’re just speaking and not thinking before you speak, a comfortable type of speaking, how could they do it in such a way that their writing just still feels so special? They’re not writing with the best of their ability, yet it seems to be on of their best works. How do they do it?
    
All in all, at the end of reading any book, or any poem, or any quote, or anything, you just end up feeling different? You feel so small, because you know no matter what you ever write, it will never amount to being such a great piece of work as this one is, and you will never forget the way it made you feel while writing it? You feel so great, because you feel less cut off from every one else, because here is a person that feels the way you do, and there must be so many other people around the globe reading this same piece of work, and feeling the same exact why that I’m feeling, and that no matter what way I feel, there’s going to be someone who feels the same? 
And in the end you can never choose which feeling you like more, and you just sit somewhere feeling so many feelings at once that you just stop feeling anything at all? And you just sit, spending so many moments of you life, trying to figure how you feel, when in the end you know you always choose to just not feel at all?

  12. MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts
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    December 27, 2012 11:19pm EST
    It's not actually sadness, most of the time it's just bitterness and anger at all the things I've lost / my past in general.

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    November 8, 2012 8:45pm EST
    "If we continue at the rate at which we are going, it is estimated that all rainforests will be gone in less than 50 years. Think about it. Act wisely. You don’t need to be a scientist to realize that something needs to be done. Make it a resolution to make decisions that the future will thank you for. I am sure not ready either. What is it going to take to make human beings realize we are destroying our Mother who has nourished us and made our lives possible?"

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    October 8, 2012 5:37pm EDT
    My family hates me.
    My friends hate me.
    My teachers hate me.
    People I never met hate me.
    I hate me.

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    October 8, 2012 5:33pm EDT
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    July 22, 2012 10:56pm EDT
    I really love Nirvana, before all of this hipster stuff.
    One of the the reasons is because Kurt helps me not
    feel so alone. Before I even found Nirvana, I was
    different and hated things everyone else around me
    loved, and now I found a band who thinks the same
    way I do.
    It's wonderful, having such a feeling with a band that
    helps you feel more safe and not so alone. It's great.
    Finding a band with great music, that you find out
    thought the same way you do really is a lovely feeling.
    I really love Nirvana and their music. Kurt, Krist, and Dave.
    I also really hate that so many people are so 'obsessed'
    with Nirvana, while they actually don't, just because it's
    cool. It's not. Their music is good, very great, but I don't
    think that they deserve all this fame and they aren't a
    band that could be thought of so legendary.
    Not to be rude, they're great. But not that great.
    Thank you, though, for giving me this feeling when
    I listen to your music. It's a safe and warm feeling.
    Thank you for making me feel like less of an outcast.

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    July 21, 2012 11:53pm EDT
    When I picture myself happy,
    I picture myself with you.
    But that's never going to happen..

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    July 21, 2012 11:33pm EDT
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    posted a quote
    July 21, 2012 11:25pm EDT
    I became my own worst enemy without even noticing.

  20. MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts MyConfessionsAreWrittenInCuts
    posted a quote
    July 21, 2012 9:28pm EDT
    Scar tissue has no character. It's not like skin.
    It doesn't show age or illness or pallor or tan.
    It has no pores, no hair, no wrinkles.
    It's like a slip cover.
    It shields and disguises what's beneath.
    That's why we grow it; we have something to hide.

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