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The song of the night ‘Video Games’ is the perfect way to cap off my night. Thank you Lana Del Ray, and sweet dreams to all of you.
I heard that you like the bad girls, honey, is that true? Singing in the old bars, swinging with the old stars, living for the fame.. Kissing in the blue dark..this is all I know..
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and countless dinner dates…
Please take a moment to remember the cinematic Hollywood princess Elizabeth Taylor. She passed away this morning due to complications with congestive heart failure. She will forever be remembered for her iconic beauty, glamour, courage, wit, and of course, her Amethyst eyes…
I’ve always admitted that I’m ruled by my passions. -Elizabeth Taylor
February 27, 1932 – March 23, 2011
In Loving Memory.
She listened so hard
to nothing, or
to those dissonances of winter that field
the ear and tune the world
with crackling pine; the pine
tree could not be heard
but for a brittle
rendering of the air,
And the snow began uneventful,
then in a longing
for the ground it heaved
down with a hapless sigh.
She made no address, standing
in a prism of sky
and vast but ever intimate—
She, one countless
spread with eye and ear
and waving hand.
And inferred that branches
in apparent death, or sky
drawn in unseemly
light, never – when
the quiet got so dense or
time cast itself a blanket
from unrelenting scraps—never
eased into oblivion.
– Meg Sullivan