I don’t belong here.

And I don’t to you.

What’s worse, I feel like I don’t even belong to myself anymore.


Tank Girl

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“I graduated a while ago, and I’ve been traveling and studying sustainable agriculture by working and managing farms. I’ve now decided that in order to take it to the next step, I need to go someplace that makes me feel uncomfortable. It’s a way of learning by displacing myself. I actually just had my interview, and I’m going to join the Peace Corps for two years.I think by putting myself in a faraway place where I don’t necessarily know how they farm and what they eat, I would really need to observe how people relate to their food and take care of their land. Hopefully, I can come back with that perspective and see more clearly what I need to do to make good change happen here.It’s always been important to me to find work that is real to me, that I can feel in my hands and know why I am doing it. For a long time, I thought that what I wanted to do was get another degree and become a professor. But it’s not, and I don’t want to feel compelled to do something I don’t want to do. I want my work to wake me up each day. I’ve found it, but it wasn’t what I grew up understanding as prestigious. At first, I grappled with that, but now I wonder why I ever worried. I could never do anything else—it’s the work my hands cry to do.For centuries, people have done work with their hands and have found purpose in what they do. I find it sad that a lot of people today look at someone who is in agriculture and see it as menial labor. I think all work should be respected, and we shouldn’t categorize it as more or less prestigious. And people should take pride in what they do if it has realness to it and feels meaningful to them.There is a poem by Marge Piercy that really speaks to me. It’s called ‘To Be Of Use’ and it ends with these words:

Greek amphoras for wine or oil,Hopi vases that held corn, are put in museumsbut you know they were made to be used.The pitcher cries for water to carryand a person for work that is real.

I just think that if everyone internalized that poem and then did what it said, a lot of things would be fixed in the world.”

Sphynx Tattoo
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And puppies!

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Went out and bought a can of pineapple juice cuz Waka said it’d make my cum taste better

too bad your sock doesn’t have taste buds


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Free hand stuff .
On my close friend Sue Jeiven .
East River , Brooklyn .


Thomas Hooper