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.




Edward Hopper, “House At Dusk” (1935)

Edward Hopper, “House At Dusk” (1935)


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