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It’s the weekend! …. Dance Like Nobody’s Watching!

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It’s the weekend! …. Dance Like Nobody’s Watching!

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Bohemian

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Bohemian

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Accessorize Like You Never Have Before

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her27thyear:

If you were waiting for a soundtrack to give your soul a kick start look no further.

her27thyear:

If you were waiting for a soundtrack to give your soul a kick start look no further.

“I don’t know how to talk about what poetry is, except to talk about the experience. It’s good to have your hand on the rudder, and know when the current is moving powerfully. One thing I’ve enjoyed noticing is that both classical Zen haiku and my favorite American music have at least one little trick in common. I’d describe the way that classic Zen haiku works in this way: The poet describes the world, and describes his own mind, in one deft and beautiful stroke. It’s like a report of what’s in front of and behind the eyes.”

—   Songstress Jolie Holland on the differences between music and poetry. More here … (via utnereader)
Jolie Holland - Old Fashioned Morphine

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Jolie Holland– Old Fashioned Morphine

It was good enough for my grandpa
It’s good enough for me

“When I was thirteen, I used to get high on Dylan Thomas, Blake, Wilde, and Yeats.”

—   Jolie Holland, Poetry, January 2011

A look at Holland’s music at The Rumpus. Subscribe to Poetry. (via poetrysince1912)