tales of gibberish

the madness that keeps me sane

everybody wouldnt understand how much i hate life but in other side not strong enough to die

  • <p dir=ltr> I love you. But you hurt me</p>

He tried to speak, but no words came out, only bubbles, and something that sounded like love.

—Will Ferguson, from 419 (via the-final-sentence)

Perhaps it’s done already, perhaps they have said me already, perhaps they have carried me to the threshold of my story, before the door that opens on my story, that would surprise me, if it opens, it will be I, it will be the silence, where I am, I don’t know, I’ll never know, in the silence you don’t know, you must go on, I can’t go on, I’ll go on.

Samuel Beckett, from The Unnamable 

Favourite final sentences

(via the-final-sentence)

You get ready to disappear. You even have no vision about us in future. Fuck you.

3449. “Insecurity often displays itself in a woman’s wardrobe, but who can blame Eve for grabbing the closest thing on a hanger?”

—So Long, Insecurity, Moore 45 (via bookquoter)

pada akhir hidupku kau boleh menelanjangiku lagi, dursanana.
pada waktu itu wangi musim bunga menyebar di kurusetra. pada waktu itu burung-burung bernyanyi di angkasa dan tak seorang pun bersorak-sorak menatap sanggulku terlepas, menatap puting susuku menggelegakkan berahi para kurawa.

pada akhir hidupku—setelah kubasuh wajah remukku dengan darahmu—kau boleh menculikku dari pelukan prabu yudistira. apakah kau juga masih berani melepaskan seribu selendang yang membelit tubuh wangiku, wahai, ksatria kurawa?

—Triyanto Triwikromo - Sumpah Drupadi (2009)

(Source: postdysphoria)