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“Am I shattered enough already,
or am I
shattering? (And when do I start to build?)”
Will Walton, I Felt a Funeral, In My Brain
“Being young is like
being a moth, or alive I
bet-possibly:
I am burning, if I am learning any-
thing these days, it is that

The flames you keep touching when you're young,
you keep right ahead on touching when you're older.”
Will Walton, I Felt a Funeral, In My Brain
“Poetry is queer really, just by nature.”
Will Walton, I Felt a Funeral, In My Brain
“I'm not scared of the feeling. It has shown up, and I am facing it. I let everything happen, and I am facing it.
I let everything happen as it's supposed to.”
Will Walton, I Felt a Funeral, In My Brain
“It is brave to be ruthless towards the mother.”
Will Walton, I Felt a Funeral, In My Brain
“Luca said one day, "I guess life doesn't level out the way you think it will, ever." Because the thing is, you always have a body. And with it, you have need, you have desire, and you have love, and it all changes.

As we live. Changes.
The matter we're made of, that connects us to the stars, in constant motion.”
Will Walton, I Felt a Funeral, In My Brain