Porcupine Strongwill

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Porcupine Strongwill

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"I bought "Forgotten Things to Say" by Porcupine Strongwill from 8Letters. I found the book cover to be very pretty, and I am a huge fan of artistic or vibrant book covers. The first thing that I noticed when I started reading the book was the hand..." Read more of this review »
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“I am going to die of love....daroga....I am dying of love .... That's how it is... I loved her so! And I love her still...daroga.....and I am dying of love for her, I tell you! if you knew how beautiful she was when she let me kiss her...It was the first ...time, daroga, the first time I ever kissed a woman.. Yes, alive... I kissed her alive.... And she looked as beautiful as if she had been dead!”
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“Little Lotte thought of everything and nothing. Her hair was as golden as the sun's rays, and her soul as clear and blue as her eyes. She wheedled her mother, was kind to her doll, took great care of her frock and her red shoes and her fiddle, but loved most of all, when she went to sleep, to hear the Angel of Music.”
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“I think people write to remember:
(Whether) to bring back a mem'ry to life,
(Or for their future selves a reminder,
Once God begins to dim their lights).

But I learnt that I write not just to recall,
Because, damn, I cite well if I let,
Profusely[-]vividly remembering all –
I think I write in hopes to forget.”
Porcupine Strongwill, Forgotten Things to Say

“...I hate myself for letting him know that I still think about him, that I carry him around inside my skin.”
Katie Cotugno, How to Love

“I like him so stupidly much.”
Katie Cotugno, How to Love

“...it occurs to me that one day was never meant to hold so much.”
Katie Cotugno, How to Love

“...somehow this seems inevitable, the natural course of things. Maybe he's a homing pigeon. Maybe I'm his home.”
Katie Cotugno, How to Love

“It felt like he could open up my head and see inside.”
Katie Cotugno, How to Love




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