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She thought it was part of the hardship of her life that there was laid upon her the burthen of larger wants than others seemed to feel – that she had to endure this wide hopeless yearning for that something, whatever it was, that was greatest and best on this earth.
George Eliot, The Mill on the Floss  (via jinx—removing)

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how do you define this “good.” the opposite of which ails us. if i could capture you in a picture. you know that i would hide it from the world

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You are the leaves at my feet, 
you are the hum of electric heat. 
I keep myself away,
but I’m starting to like the pain.

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Was I dreaming when I knew you? I don’t know.
So once again I swim in reverie
without your love
so long ago I can’t remember now
where we began

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The greatest to ever do it.