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I'm not an optimist, I'm not a realist
I might be a subrealist, but I can't substantiate...

--Vic Chesnutt

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HUNT: I need something to feel right. Okay? I’m not depressed, I’m not—my heart is not broken, I’m not grieving… She’s not dead, she’s out there, she’s living out her dreams and I know, I know she’s happy, and that makes me feel proud for her. — But there is this other feeling that doesn’t completely feel fair, or right, or good. She goes on, day in and day out, happy, without me. But every morning I wake up and there’s this pit, this…feeling here that maybe my dreams are over, maybe, maybe I had my dreams and they’re over now. And I’m gonna be this…single guy, no wife, no kids, no family. — *She* was my family. — And now she’s someplace else and I let her go, and…it’s good that I did. I mean, it’s better. For her. But for me… — So I need something to be good. I need a reason to get up every morning, to not crawl back into that cave that I was in before I met her. — You know, she saved me? "Got to Be Real", Grey’s Anatomy (Season 11, Episode 3)

sams-film-stills : The Third Man(1949) Dir. Carol Reed

One of the plays I always wanted to and never did direct was The Baltimore Waltz. This movie figures heavily into it…guess I oughta at least watch it someday, huh? :/

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shiver—and—shake (via submuffin)
I think Louie might be my soulmate. (I mean I don’t believe in soulmates anymore…but if I did.)

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I think Louie might be my soulmate. (I mean I don’t believe in soulmates anymore…but if I did.)

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publicfruit : copyright e_albrecht 2014

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