dress. undress again. you have me like a drawing, erased, colored in, untitled by your tongue.
Carol Ann Duffy, “Close” (via beryl-azure)

exit the womb they said

life will be great they said

In a way I admired her. I admired her lack of compunction, the courage of her bad manners, the energy of simple rage. Throwing a bag of spaghetti had a simplicity to it, a recklessness, a careless grandeur. It got things over with. I was a long way, then, from being able to do anything like it myself.
Margaret Atwood, from Cat’s Eye (via violentwavesofemotion)