(- A phrase that was carved on the walls of a concentration camp cell during WWII by a Jewish prisoner (via hamwichaficionado)

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Your insensitivity sparkles
like champagne at the gala
of my humiliation.

Thank you, my speech will start;
looking directly at you.
But darling, be careful:
a thin line runs
between love and hate.

And you do push me
rather easily.

(- J.D. Salinger  (via buenas-ondas)

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(- F. Scott Fitzgerald (via bornreadygeneration))

(- Charles Dickens, Great Expectations  (via aesthesos)

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