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mother, should I trust the government?

the one perfect world

measure for measure, halfway gone
12 November 1985
External Services:
  • justkeepsinging AIM status
Artists I love:
Elizabeth Murray
Steve McCurry
Georgia O'Keeffe
Wassily Kandinsky
Salvador Dali
Frida Kahlo
Stina Persson

"some folks call her a runaway
a failure in the race
but she knows where her ticket takes her
she will find her place in the sun"

in your darkest nights, I will be there
with my little girl smile
and my arms around it all
and you, with your hands on my back

"it's really hard to make your peace
so give me some credit for the hell I've paid
this world's a blessing and a beast

so come on baby, let me show you how
the less you know, the more I comprehend
you don't have to drag me down
I descend"

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"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us."


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