keywrites:

Didn’t I open your chest, and remove your burdens that weighed down your back? And raise up your esteem?  Surely with hardship there is ease…  (Let that wash over you) With hardship there is ease. So when you are relieved, Turn to me.
94- Al Inshira | by: the poet of poets
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""You your best thing, Sethe" [from Toni Morrison’s "Beloved"]. That line always makes me cry. How many of us have lived lives without ever realizing the possibility of that sentence? You your best thing. Man."

- Junot Díaz, when asked by HuffPo Books: Do you have a favorite sentence from a book? What is it?” (via thegist)

(via amaalsdrifting)

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nar-i-ask:

- Günde 5 defa “ haydi kurtuluşa! ”  Diye çağıran bir ses varken ;  - Kimse “ benim haberim yoktu. ”  Diye şikâyet edemez.

"It wasn’t until
I was out of my mind
that I noticed
the angry people spoke
with their hands,
the happy people spoke
with their eyes,
and the sad people
never spoke
at all."

- at all, k.p.k (via towritepoems)

(via panjshirii)

sourkey:

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