You’ve been living for this for weeks
without knowing it:
the moment the house empties like a city in August
it forgets you exist.
Light withdraws slowly
is almost gone before you notice.
In the stillness, everything becomes itself:
the circle of white plates on the kitchen table
the serious chairs that attend them
even the roses on the papered walls
seem to open a little wider.
It looks simple: the glass vase holding
whatever is offered—
cut flowers, or the thought of them—
simple, though not easy
this waiting without hunger in the near dark
for what you may be about to receive.
|—||Esther Morgan, “Grace,” from Grace (Bloodaxe Books, 2011)|
June 11, 2014 This is a unique and exciting opportunity to hear from Nic Pizzolatto, the creator and executive producer of True Detective. Having recently co…
one of the more exciting interviews I’ve watched in a while! very inspiring and useful (especially if you’re a “true detectives” fan). He is charged, brilliant, self-availing, generous…:)
Gabriel Byrne and Michael C. Hall at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2004.
well… huh:)!:)„, Two of my obsessions sitting next to each other at a fashion show… (Neither look that happy…:)
i think this might become a michael c hall / nic pizzolatto / ray mckinnon / writing-appreciation blog !
and Gabriel Byrne :P… :)
|—||Traci Brimhall (via thelordofthebuttz)|
Good Night Everybody :O))
Dexter is the best thing that’s ever happened to me
And forever thanks Mr Nic Pizzolatto for giving us such a beautiful, touching and unforgettable character, Rustin Cohle.
Forever thanks. And again and again and again.
Found an early draft of True Detective's first episode, and my favorite scene is still the funniest shit ever.