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isiah medina


And as we stray further from love
we multiply the words,
words and sentences so long and orderly.
Had we remained together
we could have become a silence.

— Yehuda Amichai, from “Quick and Bitter” (translated by Assia Gutmann), Love poems. Harper & Row, 1981

(Source: awritersruminations, via christinasvdp)

the state is not a work of art (hegel) / insurrection is an art (lenin weeped when he heard appassionata) / philosophy paints gray on gray to force the same’s externality to itself, the difference within the same which makes the same identical to itself -every insurrection is resurrection

"rimbaud was a great poet and he gave it up and became a slave trader and it’s fine he gave up poetry because there are people today who call themselves poets and are slavers at the same time"

love has nothing to do with the state. it is against the state. not law, but true education.