Wednesday, July 24, 2013

mirror geography.

“Sex between women is mirror geography. The subtlety of its secret - utterly the same, utterly different. You are a looking-glass world. You are the hidden place that opens to me on the other side of the glass. I touch your smooth surface and then my fingers sink through to the other side. You are what the mirror reflects and invents. I see myself, I see you, two, one, none. I don’t know. Maybe I don’t need to know. Kiss me.” —Jeanette Winterson

“You won’t do our things with another girl, or say the same things, will you?” —Ernest Hemingway

“And then there are the times I wanna be with you forever.
And follow you forever where ever you go.
If only for that freckle in the middle of your belly that’s just like mine
or the time you corrected me for saying man instead of human kind.
I can’t believe I did that.”
—Andrea Gibson