This painting is supposed to portray two teen lovers “The painting captures a perfectly frozen moment in time; two lovers caught by the spectator in the act of stealing a furtive kiss while no-one else is looking,” (Artble, 2016). The flirtatious young maiden is leaning in for a kiss while simultaneously looking back towards the party to ensure no-one is looking. The maiden was painted with such fashion and detail in her outfit. The main focus of the painting is the women and her facial expressions discerning the illicit action. Starting by glancing at the two lovers while they share a kiss, her beautiful dress catches the viewer’s eyes and wonder downward in a diagonal line.
Judgement (40 marks) In my opinion I enjoyed this dance as the costume, lighting and props usage was really good and I have a keen fascination with the Japanese culture. I like this dance as in just three minutes, the choreographer was able to portray a woman turning mad due to her loss of her husband. The way she bend and fling her hands draws out her inner anguish and emotions which I could feel. Usually geisha dances hairstyles would be in a ‘pumpkin shape’ but in Sayuri’s case her hair was messy and unkempt, her way or dancing was also unlike the usual geisha style which was clean and precise. Her way of dancing was slightly different than the usual kind, therefore I enjoyed it.
The next line “And drink your rushing works with eager lips and paint my mouth for you a fragrant red”, she is putting on a good show for him when she listens intently and wearing red lipstick, these are all tactful ruses by a lady trying to win the attention and affection of a man that she does not want to see her vulnerability. This in a way may pay tribute to women and their relationships during this era, and even now, especially in the “party scenes” where it is perfectly expected for a man to be promiscuous and the women to remain coy and attentive, bending to a man’s cues. (Maybe contrast this to how women still may also have to do this in this era) Her sarcasm is almost something she is using to shield her desire and give herself power to protect her own feelings. (Give some examples from the poem) The second stanza brings up her lovers list of loves, this could mean past or present loves, and either of them could cause her to twinge and not want to let on to her true feelings. The words “Oh, I can laugh and marvel, rapturous-eyed”, she again uses her acting t lines of the
Give me my sin again. They kiss again.” This is romantic because they are all over each other. Since they kiss again right after their first one, this is considered an example of their Romantic love because they want more of each other. Romeo and Juliet’s actions are examples of Romantic
Overall, the concept and much more will reveal how the poems are connected and special in their own way. “The Weary Blues” and “The Harlem Dancer” both have a musical setting placed in a bar where the narrators describe what’s taking place with the use of alliteration. “The Weary Blues” conveys how skilled the piano player is with the quote, “He made that poor piano moan with melody” (Hughes, line 10) compared to “The Harlem Dancer” when they describe the performer’s dancing skills, “She sang and danced on gracefully and calm” (McKay, line 5). The narrators each describe themselves as enjoying the performances taking place in their own poems. The narrator of Hughes’ poem enjoys the performance without the disturbance of others, whereas in McKay’s the narrator is surrounded by others watching the dancer, “Applauding youths
They picked a volunteer from the audience, first conducted a brief interview with the individual, who demonstrated to be intrinsically funny himself. Then two performers decided to play a game with him, wherein they would recite a supposedly romantic love speech, both declaring their love for the same person (the audience’s member), and as they recited the poem they would constantly adhere random words, again all thought by the audience, this created a playful, ludicrous swirl to the speech’s meaning. Soon after the finalization of the declaration of love the volunteer had to pick between one of the two performers to therefore break the love triangle and marry one of them. Furthermore, there were also a Line Games most of the jokes landed well, but there were a few that were misplaced. There was a cast member who apologized for not being clear enough with certain joke, in improvisational comedy you will never need to apologize there is no wrong
This is a reason because Romeo just got over Rosaline, when he sees Juliet he is somewhat using her as a rebound. “Out of her favor, where I am in love.” (act 1 scene 1 line 163) In this scene, Romeo is going on and on about how he loves Rosaline but she doesn’t love him back. Later on, he sees Juliet at the Capulet party and falls ‘in love’ with her. “If I profane with my unworthiest hand, this holy shrine, the gentle sin is this: my lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand to smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss.”
As a man, Orlando instantly spots Sasha, the Russian princess, and falls in love with her. On page 24, he describes his immediate attraction towards her and thinks that the feeling he is involved with is love. Orlando refrains from his emotions because he cannot tell if Sasha is a man or a woman. He is hesitant and apprehensive, and when he transitions into a woman, she, Orlando, reflects back on Sasha and writes, “was it a boy’s or was it a girl’s?—young, slender, seductive—a girl, by God! Furred, pearled, in Russian trousers; but faithless, faithless!” (175).
(Wikipedia) This picture shows a man wears a dark sailor’s uniform and a woman wear a white dress. They are embracing with each other and taking a very romantic kiss. The sailor is hugging the woman, holding her head, and in the meanwhile, the woman hides her face from the photographers view. Maybe on that time, the woman felt a little bit surprise because we can see her right hand is slightly lifted while her left arm hangs behind her with her hand resting on the back of her thigh in the picture. In this picture, we cannot see their completely faces very clearly, so we guess they are a couple or they know very well with each other.
Instead of standing around sitting in a dark shadow or staying at the table while your friends dance and have fun, make a move. Make eye contact and walk over to her, smile and just relax around her. Shyness often causes guys to get extremely nervous when talking to beautiful women, making them trip, knock items over and come across as a little goofy. Avoid this problem by taking a deep breath and approaching her as if she is a friend you already know, causing the tension to leave your body and allowing you to act more naturally. Remember to
Whatever he was whispering to her was making her go into giggling fits of pleasure and I instantly knew I hated her. I was about to burst into tears and go running from the room when someone pecked my shoulder. I turned to find an attractive young man starring into my face. It startled me for a moment until he opened his mouth and asked if he could dance with me. A lively jazz song played and I took his hand as he led me to the dance floor.
I’m here, and you’ll never lose me again. This time is forever, Audra.” Although her face was damp with tears and her nose had begun to run, Maxen kissed her anyway. In the background, Audra heard her women friends sniffling with emotion, but moments after that, Vaughan encouraged people to dance, and the harpist switched to a lively tune, and the mood shifted from intense to playful. Audra found herself caught up in this transformation, and she danced like she had not since she was a girl. She engaged in many dances—circle, group, and partner—each one ending with her and Maxen kissing and embracing.