— T.S. Eliot (via so-glad-you-are)
Sometimes you just want to write what you feel and not what you know
You think to research the right meaning, you question if you got it right
Does it really mean the thing that’s happening to you right now?
Do the words fit the situation?
When River and Keanu were friends: Check out this classic photo essay by Bruce Weber from 1991.
Ella Fitzgerald and Dizzy Gillespie, NYC, 1950, photo by Herman Leonard
via artemisvoice (via: etc-ist.blogspot)
Meet Summer Jackson.
Summer is fairly certain she’s ready to be a grown-up—right now. She wants to wear a blazer, read the morning paper, and boss around a few second graders. Grown-ups have it so easy! But wait, do grown-ups play on swings?
…hilarious story shows that being a kid might not be so bad after all.
earned her bachelor’s degree in English from Columbia University and an MFA in Writing for Children from Vermont College, where she won numerous awards, including the Flying Pig Grade-A, Number-One Ham Award for Humor. Now that she is a grown-up, she would very much like to be a child again.
New York City is full of hidden surprises—some right under your nose at places like Grand Central Terminal and Rockefeller Center. Here’s where to find NYC secrets.
Nicole Beharie -ESSENCE Festival Day Party 2014
— (via poeticsinmotion)