it's strange

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By Whitney Friedlander

So today I found primroses blooming - from inside a bush. And like, first of all, how did it manage that? and second of all it’s not?? primrose season?? Like all the others have lonnng wilted. 

I just. every time I see primroses where they are not supposed to be I imagine Bog looking at them in tired frustration. 

Primrosessss *shakes fist*

me listening to badlands
  • castle:oh my god this is so good its my fave
  • hold me down:oh my god this is so good its my fave
  • new americana:oh my god this is so good its my fave
  • drive:oh my god this is so good its my fave
  • hurricane:oh my god this is so good its my fave
  • roman holiday:oh my god this is so good its my fave
  • ghost:oh my god this is so good its my fave
  • colors:oh my god this is so good its my fave
  • colors pt 2:oh my god this is so good its my fave
  • strange love:oh my god this is so good its my fave
  • coming down:oh my god this is so good its my fave
  • haunting:oh my god this is so good its my fave
  • gasoline:oh my god this is so good its my fave
  • control:oh my god this is so good its my fave
  • young god:oh my god this is so good its my fave
  • i walk the line:oh my god this is so good its m
it’s strange when famous people die
whether they have fought the good fight or
the bad one.
it’s strange when famous people die
whether we like them or not
they are like old buildings old streets
things and places that we are used to
which we accept simply because they’re
there.
it’s strange when famous people die
it’s like the death of a father or
a pet cat or dog.
and it’s strange when famous people are killed
or when they kill themselves.
the trouble with the famous is that they must
be replaced and they can never quite be
replaced, and that gives us this unique
sadness.
it’s strange when famous people die
the sidewalks look different and our
children look different and our bedmates
and our curtains and our automobiles.
it’s strange when famous people die:
we become troubled.
—  Charles Bukowski, from The Pleasures Of The Damned