Isn’t it weird how you can go from being everything to nothing in the blink of an ignored text message.
You can talk for months straight maybe even years about everything and nothing.
You can know more about each other than anyone has ever known before.
And then one day one of you decides it’s enough and you stop replying and you stop trying and it’s just over.
No words to break it off, no heart felt goodbyes.
Just a bunch of broken promises and stories that will never find there endings.
It’s just cut off and you go on with your lives.
Never bothered to look back.
—  E.K.H.

The New Abstracts #66
The Smashing Pumpkins
, Rhinoceros
Basile Pesso-Guimaraes © October 2 014-First broadcast July 2 015 here in link
My Blip / My web magazine : Yes We Are (links) with Ben Sholto as The Side Look of a Barcelonese #345

5 Red “Chairs”, For You to Sit on, Emma ?
Juliana Hatfield
, Live on Tomorrow
Basile Pesso-Coimbra © September 2 014-First broadcast December 2 014 here (link)
My Blip / My web magazine : Yes We Are (links) with Juliet Morales aka Jwlyet  as The Side Look of a Barcelonese #344

…and thanks a lot to Reefn for the reblog of an image that I love : The New Untitled Ones #37 (link) !

Pink Floyd/ Live at Pompeii

One of the best movie/documentary about the band. It really captures what style they aimed for - before Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here came out. My first time watching it was when I was younger and lived in Louisiana. I was with a buddy of mine and both of us had just started to get really big into Pink Floyd. I’ve heard the song Echoes before, but i never really grasped the feels of the song until I sat and watched Live at Pompeii. I cant describe what emotions i got, but they were great. 

I think we are like books. We continue writing our book, and when someone picks our book up they do one of three things. Pick it up and they aren’t interested in the cover, pick it up and get halfway, or pick it up and can’t stop reading. You’ve got to find someone who genuinely keeps reading just to know you better. Don’t settle for someone who only reads halfway. Find someone who wants to read your entire book, and reread it just to make sure they aren’t missing anything.