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Share your thoughts.. (ask me something)   Hannah Kingsley (I sometimes spell it hana - flower - in Japanese 花). I am a 23 yr. old college student with an internationally-centered soul. I like Japan (I interned in Osaka), Korean music/dramas, languages, music, dancing, people, rain, and laughter.. I am a slightly-ambiverted (extro/introverted) INFP. Note ~ I retain copyright of any poetry/prose signed "H. K." Please share, but credit appropriately(: You can also read my blog at happinessisawayoftravel.wordpress.com

"Line breaks are the reason I fell in love with poems. When I was a kid and I was first reading poetry, the poem seemed different from prose because it had line breaks—that’s how I knew. The line break was amazing, because so many meanings could be made in that moment. A line break, I really believe, is a moment of doubt—that in the process of writing, you don’t break your line until you know that you have heightened doubt to its utmost. This is part of why what we’re doing is an amazing craft."
Jericho Brown, interviewed by Kendra DeColo for Nashville Review (via graceandvictory)

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"Even in the most peaceful surroundings the angry heart finds a quarrel. Even in the most quarrelsome surroundings the grateful heart finds peace."
Doe Zantamata

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