Be the rustling in the grass, the fall from
convention’s good graces: learn, or someone
will have you filing files or writing writs,
demonstrating cutlery or selling knowledge
door to door; someone might even drop
your lovely life into a factory and have you
derusting rings on the coolant-spouting
turntable of a vertical lathe."
— John Surowiecki, from “What I Know About Epistemology,” Poetry (April 2003)
— Cecelia Ahern, A Place Called Here.
Fragrant, fresh, wild
And thankful for any small event"
(Source: , via fables-of-the-reconstruction)