“Your fingertips wrote a message across my back. There was no more paper in the bedside table drawer, I know this because we spent all morning covering each nook of the house for a scrap of parchment.
You said the most fragile stories deserve to be written onto delicate places, so my spine became your wish kept close on that dry summer afternoon, I remember finding a pressed blue bonnet in the pages of my father’s worn-out copy of Don Quixote.”—By Elvedon
“My feet dangled out of the car window in the afternoon sunlight; I read about pressing fallen petals into wounds. Inhale. I want roots to fill the spaces between my fingers. Exhale. Your lips were soft. I remember too much.”—The slow dance of the infinite stars: This I remember.
“Thinking of the stars night after night I begin to realize “The stars are words” and all the innumerable worlds in the Milky Way are words, and so is this world too. And I realize that no matter where I am, whether in a little room full of thought, or in this endless universe of stars and mountains, it’s all in my mind.”—Jack Kerouac - Lonesome Traveler
“We turn our backs on nature; we are ashamed of beauty. Our wretched tragedies have a smell of the office clinging to them, and the blood that trickles from them is the color of printer’s ink.”—Albert Camus
Why are you actually interested in our stories? Do you have special experiences with it?
I guess I’m just genuinely interested in stories. Any kind. I’ve met a lot of great people through tumblr who have told both very happy and sad stories and I always like to exchange stories with them. With some I make up stories, with some I share my real ones. I think everyone has experience with people who have changed their opinions, lives or something else. I, for example, am very easily to influence and therefore many people have influenced me. Not necessarily people who have stayed for a very long time, sometimes it’s only someone walking by who gives me a certain feeling. This might sound really strange but I find it a hard question to answer because I don’t have a logical explanation to it.
Oh, I have so many, but I will limit my selection: Lolita, The Dreamers, Somewhere, La Frontière de L’aube, Lost in Translation, Control, A Beautiful Mind. Also I really like drugs-related films because they’re either funny (trainspotting) or psychic (enter the void) or frightening (fir kinder vom berlin zoo). Also I’ve seen almost every single film about the first or second World War, because I’m obsessed with it I guess. Not in a bad way, I just find it so unreal, bizarre and fascinating at the same time..
(..this was not a very limited selection of films I like but oh well)