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“Reason to live, they repeat like a pop song,
The bones of a beloved emperor, and I, the
motionless chariot
trying to drag them home with forced hope.”
Robin Sinclair, Letters to My Lover From Behind Asylum Walls

“Reason to live, they repeat like a pop song,
The bones of a beloved emperor, and I, the
motionless chariot
trying to drag them home with forced hope.”
Robin Sinclair, Letters to My Lover From Behind Asylum Walls

“Dropping in and out of your own life (for psychotic breaks, or treatment in a hospital) isn’t like getting off a train at one stop and later getting back on at another. Even if you can get back on (and the odds are not in your favor), you’re lonely there. The people you boarded with originally are far, far ahead of you, and now you’re stuck playing catch-up.”
Elyn R. Saks, The Center Cannot Hold: My Journey Through Madness

“I don't want to be loved despite my history:
I want absolution, someone to observe my fitting-into and
growing-out-of, someone to watch my spine
make the mannequin come to life.”
Lisa Marie Basile, APOCRYPHAL

“Did you inherit a sickness? Did you blame god? Do you believe in God? Do you believe in yourself? Are you still on fire? Did you ever put out the fire?”
Lisa Marie Basile, Andalucia

“Tell him I was too fucking busy-- or vice versa.”
Dorothy Parker




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