The first time I read Pablo Neruda, my heart ached in the best way. This is why.
"Our society is absurd, and [Albert] Camus' novel examines — among many other things, and for all its moralizing — our relationship to the absurdity of modern existence," writes The Guardian of the...
Graphic designer John Koenig has sought for years to fill holes in language that describe the emotions that we all feel, but fail to communicate.
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Don't think. Just write.
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Look up rhyming words as you write. Instead of leaving what you're writing to find rhymes in a rhyming dictionary, just alt-click (or option-click) on the word you need a rhyme for and select from a pop-up list of suggested rhymes.
Like when you're waiting for that person to text you back but they haven't texted back and now you're re-examining everything.
I'm sorry I cannot say I love you when you say / you love me. The words, like moist fingers, /
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