Found: Out At Sea
My name is Chelsea Marie Hicks and I believe in love, sound waves and fine print. Currently, I'm re-discovering America after living and working in Seoul, South Korea for the last two years.

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It's worth noting that I'm fond of many things, particularly....

dark chocolate, Pilot Precise V5 pens, the smell of old books, fresh fruit, tattoos, taking photographs, watching films, listening to music loudly, the combination of whiskey and ginger ale, rambling on about in/significant topics and learning, about everything strange, critical, theoretical and amusing.

I also really like funny people, and sarcasm.

I'm an artist, explorer, a coffee connoisseur. I work with words, ideas, ink, paper and pressure.

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Currently reading and struck by far too many passages weaving into a something marvelous and moving and really, really gratifying to absorb page after page.
"—Dancing, I had put the lights out, so, in the dark, dancing, I kissed her—it was giddy, whirling to the dance, the beginning, the usual beginning of lovers kissing standing up in a dark room the room being the woman’s the man all designs—ending up later in wild dances she on my lap or thigh as I danced her around bent back for balance and she around my neck her arms that came to warm so much the me that then was only hot—"
  1. Currently reading and struck by far too many passages weaving into a something marvelous and moving and really, really gratifying to absorb page after page.

    "—Dancing, I had put the lights out, so, in the dark, dancing, I kissed her—it was giddy, whirling to the dance, the beginning, the usual beginning of lovers kissing standing up in a dark room the room being the woman’s the man all designs—ending up later in wild dances she on my lap or thigh as I danced her around bent back for balance and she around my neck her arms that came to warm so much the me that then was only hot—"

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