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" Their cool cheeks and warm lips met in the crisp darkness.
—F. Scott Fitzgerald, At Your Age
#f. scott fitzgerald   #at your age   

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you clearly get this a lot, but this is so awesome! I'm just starting with all this, and f. Scott was my first post! :) thanks! keep it up!

Thank you so much. Nice messages always make my day :)

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" I love you. Do you hear? I’m telling you all of a sudden, but it isn’t new with me. I love you.
—F. Scott Fitzgerald, A Short Trip Home
#f. scott fitzgerald   #a short trip home   

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Have you read 'Z' by Therese Anne Fowler?? because if not, I'm suggesting that you do

I have read it and very much enjoyed it :)

#sun--basque   

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" You see," he concluded, "if she was just anybody I could get over it, no matter how much I loved her. But she isn’t.
—F. Scott Fitzgerald, Basil & Cleopatra
#f. scott fitzgerald   #basil and cleopatra   

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loserpoets asked:

Your blog is my life force

May the Fitz be with you!

#follow for more lame literary puns   #loserpoets   

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" Radiant and glowing, more mysteriously desirable than ever, wearing her very sins like stars, she came down to him in her plain white uniform dress, and his heart turned over at the kindness of her eyes.
—F. Scott Fitzgerald, Basil & Cleopatra
#f. scott fitzgerald   #basil and cleopatra   

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WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY TUMBLR LIFE , I LOVE YOUR BLOG AND I'M SORRY FOR WRITING LIKE SCREAMING BUT I REALLY LOVE YOUR BLOG

IT’S OKAY I’M REALLY EXCITED ABOUT THINGS AS WELL SO THANK YOU FOR YOUR MESSAGE

#clarawinoswald   

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" Still my heart knows how much you do for me. And I wish I had something to bring you in return.
—Zelda to Scott, 1936
#zelda fitzgerald   #f. scott fitzgerald   #q: letters   

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" Please take care of yourself; it would be good if we could be taking care of each other once again- it always created such a delightful confusion.
—Zelda to Scott, 1936
#zelda fitzgerald   #f. scott fitzgerald   #q: letters