The song “Love Is Not Over” reminds me of Othello because it talks about a relationship that has gone to ruin. This song is a perfect reflection of the relationship of Othello and Desdemona because it’s a relationship that was at first happy but ended up being ruined. The lyrics, “why are you getting farther away? So far that I can’t reach you? Tell me why, you’re so far away, why can’t you see me in your eyes anymore?” Which can relate to the theme of betrayal or heartbreak?
There are very many themes and each of those themes can be interpreted very differently by both the writer and the reader. American romantic poets Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman wrote on the same topics and themes of romanticism, but they had very different views. Emily Dickinson was put away by society, so she cut herself off completely from the unjust and stark society. Walt Whitman on the other hand loved how diverse society and how anyone has the freedom to choose their path. Additionally when everyone’s song is combined it creates a beautiful melody.
Love is one of the most powerful emotions to be ever emitted by humans. They can give a slight throb in your heart when you see that special someone, or even give yourself the urge to kill yourself because you believe you won’t ever see them again. Romeo and Juliet is a love story featuring two star-crossed lovers who’s raging families separate them apart. However, their intense devotion kept them together, perhaps even to the extreme. As their love began with simply being attracted to one another; it mutated into something so intense, that it would later destroy themselves and others in the process.
Thrilled me—filled me with fantastic terrors never felt before; (line 14)The possibility of madness creeps into this poem slowly. Here perhaps the speaker seems like he might just be having a weird night. We might say that he's perhaps a little hypersensitive, a little more imaginative than is really good for him. But remember, all it takes to thrill him and terrify him is the "rustling of each purple curtain." Kind of a strange thing to set you off.
Written Commentary on Havisham Love can drive people to say very strange things and do some stranger actions. Love could make people happy or can completely devastate them, depending on how their time with romance went. Most people end up on the lighter side of love, happily married but some have gotten on the darker side which could lead to some life ruining moments. There are plenty of reasons that someone could have a ruined image of love such as having their partner cheat on them, but in the poem named Havisham it was much worse. The author Carol Ann Duffy utilizes many literary devices in the poem Havisham to communicate the idea that love can ruin someone.
And there can be some reasons for that. First of all, there are the two most over-exposed celebrities in our entire world that sing it. Secondly, the sheer romance of the song, which shows passion, gives people the feeling of true love story. But, on the other hand, "Drunk in Love" draws many attention because of its excitant and bad words, that attracts attention . Despite the fact that "Drunk in Love" is recommended by most of contemporary music critics, it was considered that lyrics of this track includes themes of sex and alcohol, which is not acceptable to the public audience, including children and, furthermore, referring to domestic
Boredom drags you along and every time you try and escape, it just yanks you back. Boredom stops you from realizing your true potential in life. Boredom comes from a lack of passion, motivation, and stimulation. Because of this boredom can lead to bad choices that can both temporarily and permanently affect your life and the lives of others. When one is overcome with boredom, they basically have two option.
Imagine that everyone was doing hard tasks that prove to be risky and dangerous, and challenges soon rose around these difficult tasks. These tasks would be devastating and generate life decisions, such as the question: who would you save, who are you going to save, Do I have to save this person or can I run away from reality? What are the costs of these questions and what would everyone’s challenges be? Challenges are everywhere-they are significantly the hardest element everyone must go through. Without challenges, the world would be a place with no improvements and a futureless world.
“Facts leave no room for possibilities,” as stated by Erin the movie, Exorcism of Emily Rose. When facts end, possibilities will begin. Lack of intellectual stability and certainty is not comfortable but that is the very nature of progress. Change is always painful in one way or another. Authority and stagnation always hide behind answers.
But often a time come when something bad happens to us and everything falls apart and we started making mistakes, we fall into the trap of anger and dominance. We forget to hold for a while, this is the time when we need to embrace and let the mud go from us. “Music in the soul can be heard by the universe.” ― Lao Tzu What would be the most fearful thing a person can ever experience? It would be to live a life where there is no music, music that is the passion of life. A life that is passionless no way going to be a happy one.
I cannot sleep, I cannot eat; I am anxious all of the time. For some inexplicable reason I feel as if I am unsafe. Torture is this feeling; worse, this torture has not plan for peace in my future. AND YOU! You clearly don’t understand what it means to be dead.
When performing this song, Queen transitioned through three guitars, acoustic and electric, played by two different people. The band also encompassed other traditional instruments, such as the drums and handclaps. The song expresses the emotions of someone who is not ready to fall in love and is trying to act cool around a girl that he has a crush on. The singer has “gotta be cool” and “get hip” if he is ever going to have a chance with the girl, The song “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” reminds me of all middle and high school relationships because the guy is always nervous to make the first
The world finds a way to inject twisted chaos into our lives day by day. We struggle with difficulty, we prevail against adversity, and the whole process repeats. It is a strenuous cycle and at times, the chaos is absurd and unwarranted. It hinders your progress like a dam that halts surging rapids. It does not sympathize or understand.