Artist: Warren Zevon
Keep Me in Your Heart - Warren Zevon
"If I leave you it doesn’t mean I love you any less. Keep me in your heart for awhile."
I burnt the whole right side of my mouth off eating perogies like the unstoppable eating machine that I am. It has been three days, and still owwwww. Damn you, delicious perogies.
I barely slept last night and woke up with a pounding headache. It has rained all day, and it feels appropriate. I cancelled plans with friends, neither of whom even replied to my message. M. is upset because of money and recent scary health problems. I finished The Rehearsal by Eleanor Catton, which I enjoyed. I may have to re-read the last 20 pages because my memory isn’t great during migraine onset.
nor shall I laugh all the time,
I don’t prefer one “strain” to another.
I’d have the immediacy of a bad movie,
not just a sleeper, but also the big,
overproduced first-run kind.
I want to be at least as alive as the vulgar. And if some aficionado of my mess says “That’s not like Frank!,” all to the good! I don’t wear brown and grey suits all the time, do I? No. I wear workshirts to the opera,
often. I want my feet to be bare,
I want my face to be shaven, and my heart—you can’t plan on the heart, but
the better part of it, my poetry, is open.” – Frank O’Hara (via observando)
when someone u really like says something u strongly disagree with