Some girls just want to someone to love them. I want to fall in love and be loved fully A girl like me wants to be wanted, needed and smothered. And you don't do that sitting down. It's hard to find someone who is smooth with the rough and keeps his word. It seems that I’m unlucky in finding a soul to be naked with. I am wide open with the story of my life but not with my desires. I've never really taken my clothes off in front of someone and revealed everything. Of course they see what they want to see. They are mine for a moment. I want someone who looks closer, who delves deeper. Who will not stop knowing all the colors of my chameleon soul until he has seen all and painted his own with my darkest. Who I can call mine but always free to wander. Who will leave and see me go and await my arrival as I have faith that he, too, will always come back for me. @wild.woman.writing
Loving train rides 💕🚂 ich genieße es so sehr mit dem Zug zu fahren. Es ist total entschleunigend und ich kann schon während der Fahrt abschalten. Ganz nachdem wonach mir ist, kann ich lesen, die Natur aus dem Fenster genießen, zwischendurch schlafen oder vom Essen träumen, das mich bald erwartet 😋 Zurzeit lese ich "5 Dinge, die Sterbende am meisten bereuen" von B. Ware - ein tolles Buch, das mich zum Nachdenken und ab und zu zum Weinen bringt. Ich kann es nur weiterempfehlen 👌🏾 zwischendurch lese ich gerne einige Passagen aus "Eines Tages, Baby" von J. Engelmann. Ihre Texte sind so berührend und wunderschön geschrieben! Es spricht mir aus der Seele 😍 Lesen ist eines der Dinge, die ich am Sommerurlaub am meisten schätze 🤓
Jason Paul Laxamana's "100 Tula Para Kay Stella" looks like it is the only movie in the Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino lineup that aims to entice the rom-com crowd. But it should be noted that it is more than that. Framed by early 2000's college academic years, the story revolves around JC Santos' Fidel, who has a speech impediment and who falls for the devil-may-care attitude of Bela Padilla's Stella. He begins to write poetry and plans to gift her with a compilation of his works. Although the titular 100 poems leave a lot to be desired and could've been a chance to showcase our country's rich verse literature, the device works in that it mirrors the ups and downs of the plot (albeit too conveniently). Winning someone with poetry seems quaint at this day and age, a formula probably culled from old Hollywood romantic comedies, but you could really dismiss this complaint because of the chemistry of the two leads. Bela Padilla is that type of actress who can embody a character without the usual self-awareness that plagues her contemporary. In this film, she truly is Stella—pained but passionate, indecisive but headstrong—and you'll understand why JC Santos' naive Fidel would go to great lengths to win her despite her flaws. And above all, one thing that separates this movie from the rest of the millennial love stories out there is this: Just like poetry, its emotions are honest and raw, and what we may learn from them may not necessarily be what we want to have. The truth does not only reveal; it also hurts.
Part II English: where in one morning you're reading a play from 450BC about pain and community, and a book on how 21st century media dissemination makes media more interactive, expansive and dangerous. I like my life.
Yesterday night Alex took me to GBK after we saw The Big Sick (hilarious and kinda different). Brain telling me to restrict now. Brain is wrong, and should stick to what it knows - like reading Philoctetes.
Started my day book shopping, unexpectedly, after visiting the post office to pick up a letter that needed my signature, which turned out to be a Waterstones gift card from a dear friend in Iceland [insert big smile]. I chose 'The Unwomanly Face of War' by Nobel Laureate Svetlana Alexievich and 'The Underground Railroad' by Colson Whitehead, the book which won the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. I still have a balance on my card & will soon return to buy more. My next reading list is looking so good right now.
"Tutto viaggia verso il suo stesso svanire e si perde e poche cose lasciano traccia, soprattutto se non si ripetono, se avvengono una sola volta e non tornano piú, altrettanto fanno quelle che si assestano troppo comodamente e tornano ogni giorno e si sovrappongono, neppure quelle lasciano traccia.” •
A parte i periodi lunghi quattro pagine, che mi fanno venire l'emicrania e che la mia professoressa di italiano al liceo avrebbe stroncato con marcate sottolineature rosse e appunti a margine, la scrittura di Marías mi sta piacendo.
Ha uno stile che invita alla riflessione e questa mancanza di pause sulla pagina determina un ritmo accelerato nella lettura che coinvolge e, nello stesso tempo, sconvolge il lettore; così come la vicenda su cui ruota la trama, che presenta risvolti insoliti e imprevedibili.
Insomma io ve lo consiglio, ma solo se siete disposti a mettere da parte per un po' la vostra parte GrammarNazi e a farvi trasportare da questa storia. Secondo me ne vale la pena.
You've probably heard of Jojo Moyes from her massively popular book, Me Before You (a book that gutted me!!) After I read that I wanted to read more of her work, and came across The Girl You Left Behind.
The story starts during World War I and flashes between France in 1916 and present day. Sophie's artist husband is forced to leave her to fight in the war, and shes left behind to take care of her family and their hotel. The hotel ends up getting occupied by the German soldiers and they're forced to feed them and board them. Sophie catches the attention of the German leader, and she uses their budding relationship to try and see her husband again. A painting of hers resurfaces 100 years later and ties the past to the present. I'm not a huge historical fiction reader, but the plot totally pulled me in and Moyes' writing kept me turning the pages to find out what happened!
This means war! #grimdragon
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Ahhh I'm gonna buy books for my students again!! Gonna go to that huge book sale again 😍😍😍😍😍 bc they just restocked and akshaksjia I'm weak 😭😭😭 how are you lovely nerds? I'm editing a lot of videos for BookTube and uploading them next week! But if you wanna check out my old videos you can go click the link in my bio and you'll be directed to my channel 😂😂 QOTD: if you could write a crossover between two books what would they be? Mine has to be a crossover between Harry Potter and Grisha Trilogy because HP characters in kefta robes 😍😍😍😍
"One solitary asphalt road led to the school, encompassed in all sides by gully-riven dunes. Strung out along the road were little one-strayed houses, while the odd two-strayed one presented a lone challenge itself. As for the school building [...] it reared up from afar like some castle rising out of the sands." --- Moshe Shamir - "With His Own Hands" #telaviv#israel#history#whitehouse#literature#sanddunes#bauhaus#beauty#love#nowandthen
Selamat menikmati senja ini, kawan dramatis 😊
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Перед вами, друзья, сборник рассказов Виктора Пелевина. Всего рассказов здесь 38. Я прочла не все. Не могу дочитать 😄 Кто готов сжечь себе мозг? Тот точно не я. С подобной психоделией уже сталкивалась. У меня в библиотеке есть книжка Томаса Гунцига - думаю, читая её вслух, можно пытать окружающих.
Рассказы Пелевина - про жизнь и приключения сарая, про 68-летнего мужчину и его помешательство на слове "ухряб", про шаманку, которая вполне себе живых женщин сватала с призраками... - равнодушными точно никого не оставят👍В них даже что-то жизненное виднеется, только в очень утрированной и гипертрофированной форме. Крайнее удивление вплоть до шока обеспечены 😄
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