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3 homicides in the same month, all very similar to one another. the police department is sure they have a serial murderer on the loose, but they have no leads. soon enough they receive a threatening letter. “i know i„ killde all thos e poeple but.. nwo it  s all over the nwes and people are angyr at me and i camt stop„„ cryign im so soryr im sorry ok„ i didmt mean to caues such a fuss„„„,” the case is dropped. he was so sorry. look at all those misspelled words.



9 reasons to love Park Bom.



“I wrote this play four years ago, I was losing my old doctor and going crazy and the playwriting was saving my sanity. This time I’m losing a doctor and going a little crazy (the difference is this time I have the right tranquilizier to take so I don’t expect to end up in the hospital).”
— Anne Sexton when working on her play Mercy Street


“The bed itself is an operating table
where my dreams slice me to pieces.”
— Anne Sexton, Lost Lies. (via theburnthatkeepseverything)


“Watch out for intellect,
because it knows so much it knows nothing
and leaves you hanging upside down,
mouthing knowledge as your heart
falls out of your mouth.”
— Anne Sexton (via quotes-shape-us)


“To love another is something
like prayer and it can’t be planned, you just fall
into its arms because your belief undoes your disbelief.”
— Anne Sexton (via observando)


“And tonight our skins, our bones,
… will meet, delicate in the hold,
fastened together in an intricate
lock. Then one of us will shout,
‘My need is more desperate!’ and
I will eat you slowly with kisses
even though the killer in you
has gotten out.”
Anne Sexton, closing strophe to “Loving the Killer,” from Selected Poems of Anne Sexton, edited by Diane Wood Middlebrook & Diana Hume George (Houghton Mifflin, 1988)


“I am crazy as hell, but I know it. And knowing it is a kind of sanity that makes the sickness worse.”


ourmarilynmonroe:

Marilyn Monroe, 1949.

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