theamericanscholar:

Our crowdsourced sonnet is off to a great start:
How like a prison is my cubicle.
Check  Next Line, Please for poet David Lehman’s choice for the second line—and some creative rhymes for cubicle.

theamericanscholar:

Our crowdsourced sonnet is off to a great start:

How like a prison is my cubicle.

Check Next Line, Please for poet David Lehman’s choice for the second lineand some creative rhymes for cubicle.

tastefullyoffensive:

Don’t scribe and carriage. [extrafabulouscomics]

(via tella1985)

(Source: vanillajournal, via minimal-o)

Concoct

(verb) To make something, usually food , by adding several different parts together, often in a way that is original or not planned :

"He concocted the most amazing dish from all sorts of unlikely ingredients."

(Source: dictionary.cambridge.org)

(Source: simplypi)

skatarina:

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skatarina:

(via a-gentleman-thoughts)

“ Do you know what’s ironic? The word poseur. Because I can’t imagine anyone but a poser using that word. ”

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