CLMR
between the desire and the spasm
A. INTJ. companionably reclusive and socially unacceptable; inescapably imperious but emotionally absent; chronically craving and unremittingly remote; and vicariously versed in all manner of vice.



Henry Raine, “The Indian Summer” (1872)
Henry Raine, “The Indian Summer” (1872)




And now, as broken glasses show A hundred lesser faces, so        My rags of heart can like, wish, and adore,         But after one such love, can love no more.- John Donne, The Broken Heart (1896)
And now, as broken glasses show
A hundred lesser faces, so
        My rags of heart can like, wish, and adore,
        But after one such love, can love no more.

- John Donne, The Broken Heart (1896)


Toledo Monasterio de San Juan de los Reyes (x)
Toledo Monasterio de San Juan de los Reyes (x)

five things i am currently enjoying (film festival edition)

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i  |  doing: racing between countries and cinema halls
ii  |  eating: Khao San Road
iii  |  listening: alt-J
iv  |  reading: Marcel Theroux, Strange Bodies
v  |  watching: too many films to count
vi  |  wearing: Wood Wood Paradiski Heroes Cotton Shirt





J.M. March’s The Wild Party (1947 edition)
J.M. March’s The Wild Party (1947 edition)


Adornments of an Afghani Jewish bride (reconstructed), 1997 (x)
Adornments of an Afghani Jewish bride (reconstructed), 1997 (x)

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