Her smile lit up the room and her voice was raspy and sweet. I found out she had been sick for weeks and that she had been depressed for a long time. All she wanted to do was sing but her body wouldn’t let her. I love spotting her at the music store. The owner thinks she’s fun so he lets her hang around all the time.
About losing someone special someone close to her, a lot of her songs on her album seems to be about a specific person. Since she uses her own experience that’s her creditability. Summertime Sadness hit the Top 10 of Billboard Hot 100, as well as getting 1.1milion downloads making the best-selling song. The song is known and very popular, worth listening to. There is a lot of emotion from listening to this song because you can get different impressions; I always get mixed feelings about this song.
Joan Didion once wrote about how, at a very young age, she was forced to form a habit which she later on credit as the one thing that got her to professional writing. In her article, On Keeping a Notebook, she recalled that as a young kid, she was given a notebook so she could sit still while her mother was doing other things. Other children her age at that time would have preferred toys, but the notebook worked out perfectly for Joan. It is probably the solitude the activity requires that drove her to opine that keepers of notebooks are lonely individuals. How Joan discovered keeping a notebook is exactly the same way how I got acquainted with journaling.
My First Grateful Dead Concert On the day of my first “Dead show”, in April of 1989, I was awakened in the morning by the sound of my mother’s voice screaming “David…telephone”. I was slow getting to the phone because I had not gone to bed that night until after 3:00 AM. I said “hello” and to my surprise it was Scott, a friend from work, on the other end of the line. He asked “do you want to go see The Grateful Dead in concert tonight in Michigan?” Since that moment, “What a long strange trip it’s been”. I didn’t say yes right away because I had just came home from seeing R.E.M.
The Woodstock festival Well for starters if you don’t know what it is, it was a festival like ‘T in the Park’ and ‘the Glastonbury festival’. It all started in the 60’s when Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Joni Mitchell and the Rolling Stone's were around, it has only ever been on once. Woodstock or as well known as The Woodstock Festival was a music festival, which was 3 Days of Peace & Music which rolled onto a fourth day. It was held at Max Yasgur's 600-acre dairy farm near the hamlet of White Lake in the town of Bethel, New York. it was on August the 15th to the 18th 1969.
The poem “Waiting for Icarus”, by Muriel Rukeyser, is written from the point of view of a woman that was in love with Icarus, and mourns his death. This is an interesting point of view on the myth because nothing was really known of a woman in Icarus’ life, and this somehow makes his death all the more tragic. When the poem begins, it is not yet known who the narrator is, which adds a sense of mystery to the poem. It begins with a list of everything Icarus had said to this person, promises they made, things they would do together, and things they have done together. The repetition of “He said” before every sentence shows that this was something the narrator had been thinking about for a while and kept repeating inside her head.
The Signet Classics edition of The Phantom of the Opera was published by Signet Classics on November 1987. It has 264 pages and no pictures. “In sleep he sang to me, in dreams he came, that voice which calls to me and speaks my name...” This is what Christine Daae had to say about the ever famous Phantom of the Opera. Christine, one of the main characters in the book, was a young girl who was a singer for the opera where the “ghost” dwelled. She grew up in the countryside and was taught by her father how to sing and love music.
When analysing a poem of Plath's one may automatically associate it with depression, melancholy etc. even before reading the piece itself and fairly so. Mental illness was a major part of her adolescent and adult life and is clearly present in many of her writings. When first going over Morning Song, it is surprising to find nothing lachrymose or dark about this piece. Instead we are given a rare insight into Plath's mind of being a first time mother, something she never thought that she would be.
Chanel had a small singing career before she opened her first Paris hat shop in 1910. Coco dated a man named Arthur “Boy” Capel in the same year. “As you know men are like children, you know everything,” is one of her most famous love quotes. Even though her early life was a tragedy, her career brought more joy to her life. In Coco’s career, she astounded everyone with her fashion creations didn’t let the fame get to her head.
Jennifer then went to various schools that dealt with learning and perfecting the arts. Jennifer described these schools as very crafty and strict with what they did. She reported that they were not allowed to watch television, but she regularly attended multiple theatrical performances and visited museums. In her high school years, Jennifer attended a performing arts high school where she continued to pursue her lifelong dream of being an actress. Jennifer’s inspirations had been her father and mother, for they had always been good role models and were constantly laughing and inspiring her to be better.