bulutların insanoğluna olan sabrı ne kadar da büyük. rüyaları bir kenara, sürekliliğe tahammülsüzlükleri bile büyük küstahlık. onları yaptıkları dev yapıların süsü olarak kullanmaları bile açıkça ahlaki bir sorun.
die große Geduld der Wolken. es wäre besser, wenn i’ etwas besseres ausdrücken kann.
bu bilinir: yıldızlar yere yakın yaratılmış, süzülen ışıktan da binbir mahlükatın ruhu. ağrılı acılı çamurdan da vücutları. sonra ne coğrafyalarda nefes almışlar da (oraları) kader sanmışlar.
i didn’t die. he did.
The finest day I ever had was when tomorrow never came
came for me.
funny fact that i’ve always thought that i was going to die at my 27th. it didn’t happen, though it was pretty close at a 5th of April, the date he died.
If you die you’re completely happy and your soul somewhere lives on. I’m not afraid of dying. Total peace after death, becoming someone else is the best hope I’ve got.
no body likes you when you talk about death. anyways:
Kurt Cobain, Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic of Nirvana (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)
dear Kurt Cobain, may you rest in peace.
* Throughout most of his life, Cobain suffered from chronic bronchitis and intense physical pain due to an undiagnosed chronic stomach condition. His first drug experience was with marijuana in 1980, at age 13. He regularly used the drug during adulthood. Cobain also had a period of consuming “notable” amounts of LSD, as observed by Marander, and was “really into getting fucked up: drugs, acid, any kind of drug”, observed Krist Novoselic; Cobain was also prone to alcoholism and solvent abuse.According to The Telegraph, Cobain had depression.His cousin brought attention to the family history of suicide, mental illness and alcoholism, noting two of her uncles who had committed suicide with guns.