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: I do not envy the octopus his three hearts. They are two too many to have broken. (Some poems write themselves.) Copyri… -
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On top of a cloud made of cotton candy, 3rd rainbow to the right, after the cupcake forest. -
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Three of my poems that I wrote while processing my own grief last year are included in this art book, now available…
4 days ago
Because the first one was an ARC (advance reader copy) that Kim Turrisi gave to me before the book rele…
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If you want to know why I love my friend @
so much, this interview covers it. Especially since she talks so…
6 days ago
#PostTraumatic is out today and I’m incredibly proud of @m_shinoda, who is, indeed, a wizard and a musical genius and a unicorn, and he also sleeps with his eyes just a little bit open and that still creeps me out after all these years.
Creating can take the sting out of the worst kind of hurt. Some of the words that were written with the sole purpose to get me through the worst moments are now a part of something as inspiring as it is complicated. I’ve got more mixed emotions than I can name leading up to the release of @m_shinoda’s #PostTraumatic album this Friday, but I’m keeping my focus on gratitude. Although our world was shattered our friendships were not, and, once again, creating has provided a way to make something empowering and positive out of the pain that could otherwise destroy. Also grateful for @frankmaddocks - he’s responsible for how beautifully this art book came together, and blending the few poems of mine seamlessly into Mike’s artwork. #Repost @m_shinoda with @get_repost ・・・ Photo: #PostTraumatic Limited Edition Art Book, available on mikeshinoda.com Words: Anna Shinoda /// NEW YEARS EVE I leave you, 2017 with a mix of relief and anxiety, nostalgia and sorrow. You took and you took and you took. But you gave: births, weddings, art, music, words, 7 months of my friend at his best, 11 months when she could have had less. I leave you, 2017 eager to end the year that took, but unwilling because you were the last year that held Chester; the last year that held my mother. For that, I am not ready to move on. I welcome you, 2018 with trepidation. With hope. Believing in midnight and a calendar turn, and all the promises that a new year brings. - @annashinoda
Obligatory “I voted” post. Every election counts, even these small ones that don’t get as much press as the midterms or the presidential elections. If you lived in one of the states that had an election today and you voted: high five! If you didn’t, you suck, but we can still be friends. Just make sure to register if you haven’t yet and promise me you’ll vote in the next election. And if you didn’t vote because are totally frustrated with the system and legal corruption, check out @representus because they are a non-partisan group bringing together the left and right to fix our political system.
It’s #WorldGothDay so here’s me, circa 1998.
Oh hello there, @m_shinoda solo album with SIXTEEN songs on it. Crossing A Line and Nothing Makes Sense Anymore were released today, add that to the 3 songs on the EP and we have 11 more delicious tracks to go. Go to mikeshinoda.com to listen to the five already running around the world and give a little pre-order if you’re into it. #PostTraumatic
It’s not often that you spy @bobbyhundreds without a camera in hand. His ability to capture with his photography is as impressive as his ability to incite emotion and provoke thought through his words. He cares a lot- maybe too much - and that might be my most favorite quality about him. Happy birthday, Bobby. How lucky Mike and I are to call you friend.
Behind the Cover: The Incredible Photography of Kelia Anne MacCluskey
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