• quote quotes lit prose poetry Literature Rachel McKibbens wordsnquotes Letter From My Brain To My Heart wordsnquotes •
You have my permission not to love me;
I am a cathedral of deadbolts
and I’d rather burn myself down
than change the locks.

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You have my permission not to love me; I am a cathedral of deadbolts and I’d rather burn myself down than change the locks.
You have my permission not to love me; I am a cathedral of deadbolts and I’d rather burn myself down than change the locks.
The mind once enlightened cannot again become dark.
my heart, when I stared at you, beat irregularly and jagged
Run like hell my dear From anyone likely To put a sharp knife Into the sacred, tender vision Of your beautiful heart.
My heart wants roots My mind wants wings. I cannot bear Their bickerings.
Oh darling, your demons are so great, Filled with guilt and disgust, and fueled with hate, You say your mind is too full, but darling, how ...
Some cry with tears; others with thoughts.
I have a longing in my heart. It does not hurt, it does not bleed. It only sits there, a reminder of something I cannot yet grasp, something...
This dead of midnight is the noon of thought.
That’s my problem: I think too much, and I feel too deeply. What a dangerous combination.
Someone take me to the sea and let it remind me of who I used to be. A wild adventurer to say the least, now the thirst for love and life is...