Nick Wolven

    Karla Montalvohas quoted7 months ago
    There’s no real power in this—it’s just something I do to try to make myself less afraid when the monsters are near
    Karla Montalvohas quoted7 months ago
    ’s like a throat that doesn’t start with a mouth or end in lungs
    Karla Montalvohas quoted7 months ago
    and then the throat sighs behind me
    Karla Montalvohas quoted7 months ago
    big, heavy gust of moist air tickles the hairs on my skin
    Karla Montalvohas quoted7 months ago
    when I turn back, it’s still just paint on a rooftop
    Karla Montalvohas quoted7 months ago
    and I ain’t never been right in the head
    Karla Montalvohas quoted7 months ago
    Yes. The city is breathing easier
    Karla Montalvohas quoted7 months ago
    This is the lesson: great cities are like any other living things, being born and maturing and wearying and dying in their turn
    Karla Montalvohas quoted7 months ago
    ’m the midwife, see
    Karla Montalvohas quoted7 months ago
    I should consider meditation to better attune myself to the city’s needs
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