what’s gone is gone,
but at night it’s different.]
Nothing gets finished,
not dying, not mourning;
the dead repeat themselves, like clumsy drunks
lurching sideways through the doors
we open them in sleep;
these slurred guests, never entirely welcome,
even those we have loved the most,
especially those we have loved the most,
returning from where we shoved them
away too quickly:
from the ground, from the water,
they clutch at us, they clutch at us,
we won’t let go."
— Margaret Atwood, from “Two Dreams, 2” (via the-final-sentence)
A New Perspective of the Day: Floor Plans From Famous TV Shows
Since September 2012, Spanish interior designer Iñaki Aliste Lizarralde has been mapping meticulously detailed floor plans based on notable fictional residences in popular TV shows. Initially shared on his deviantART account, Lizarralde’s project includes the apartments from How I Met Your Mother (shown top),Friends (shown middle) and Frasier (shown bottom), among several others.
Hat tip to Juxtapoz.