jennifer-castle

when i hit the ground (in all my glory): songs for claire beauchamp. dragonfly in ambervoyager, 1948-1968.

and then, looking down into reflection, i would see my own round face and frizzled hair against a featureless blue sweep, and think instead that the puddle was the entrance to another sky. if i stepped in there, i would drop at once, and keep on falling, on and on, into blue space.

1. pins and needles, hemming; 2. remembering, jennifer castle; 3. i don’t sleep well, hello saferide; 4. rock this baby to sleep, kate miller-heidke; 5. is the doctor in today, shel; 6. white flag, joseph; 7. go for a walk, lissie; 8. both sides now, alva leigh feat. natalie prass; 9. runway, nadia reid; 10. somewhere over the rainbow, pomplamoose

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It was true. I wasn’t good with liking someone. My instinct was total self-preservation: show no sign of weakness. This was my pathetic way of being shy.
—  Jennifer Castle, The Beginning of After