Bob Marley said: keep what you have (...) fight for what you want (...) forgive those who hurt you, and enjoy with those who love you. We spend the life waiting for something to happen, and the only thing that happens is life. We don't value the moments until they've become memories. So do now what you want to do, before it becomes what you wanted to do. (...) Never is too late to begin your life and be happy.
“The poem is space and it scars. I am not like my little blue doll who still suckles the milk of birds. Memory of your voice in the fatal morning guarded by a sun […] The light of sense goes out remembering your voice before this green celestial mixture, this marriage of sea and sky.” — —Alejandra Pizarnik, from section III “[…] Of Silence I-III,” in Alejandra Pizarnik: Selected Poems, trans. Cecilia Rossi(Waterloo Press, 2010)