"'Love is madness,' I say. 'Doesn’t everyone agree that you’d do anything, endure anything, to be with the ones you love? So either you’re willing to let them use you with any sort of cruelty, so long as they keep you—which makes you a fool—or you’re willing to commit any cruelty, so long as you get to keep them—which makes you a monster. Either way, it’s madness.'"
"She’s got a walk that can make an atheist believe in God just long enough to say “Goddamn!”"
"On the day that you were born, I imagine that angels stood in front of God’s house holding picket signs. They were protesting because no human should be allowed to be this beautiful."
"But if I could, I would pull the question marks out of her spine and use them to strangle the life out of her insecurities."
"You laughed like a metaphor I’ve been trying to write down for years."
A few findings from my walk home today.
Shot on iPhone