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  3. gleeandgleek:

    Jeff Hong - “Unhappily ever after” Part 1

    Part 2

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  6. Terra’s Endless List of Favourite Films →  Jumanji (1995)

    What do you mean “the game thinks”?
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  9. leprincelointain:

    Giulio Aristide Sartorio (1860-1932), Illustrations pour son poème dramatique “Sibilla” - 1922

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  10. alternate names for black boys
    by Danez Smith

    1. smoke above the burning bush
    2. archnemesis of summer night
    3. first son of soil
    4. coal awaiting spark & wind
    5. guilty until proven dead
    6. oil heavy starlight
    7. monster until proven ghost
    8. gone
    9. phoenix who forgets to un-ash
    10. going, going, gone
    11. gods of shovels & black veils
    12. what once passed for kindling
    13. fireworks at dawn
    14. brilliant, shadow hued coral
    15. (I thought to leave this blank
    but who am I to name us nothing?)
    16. prayer who learned to bite & sprint
    17. a mother’s joy & clutched breath

    As the world watched the tumultuous events in Ferguson, Mo., over the last week, a new hashtag was born: #IfTheyGunnedMeDown. The meme was photographic: what images would the media use if I died? But the question, at its heart, was one of naming.

    Kid or criminal? Victim or threat? Brother, son, friend — or thug? One of us, or other?

    Danez Smith grapples with the power of naming, and the powerlessness of being named, in this poem. Poetry Magazine tweeted it out earlier today, and I haven’t stopped thinking about it since.

    — Camila

    (via nprbooks)

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