The theme of impulsivity in Romeo and Juliet causes much pain and suffering for the lovers and their family. Impulsivity is Romeo’s fatal flaw; he’s so reckless he kills himself believing Juliet is dead, even though she is warm and appears as she is only sleeping. She wakes up minutes after he takes his life. “Beauty’s ensign yet/Is crimson in thy lips and in thy cheeks, And death’s pale flag is not advanced there … O true apothecary! Thy drugs are quick.
We are poor and have nothing.” Pussy starved and pussy whipped man that you are, you blurt out, “I can help you.” Sucker! This is the most inappropriate response a man with any balls could possibly give. Sure, you feel the chemistry and there is definitely something magical happening. That magical feeling is known as lust and desperation. You have contracted the Captain Save-a-Ho syndrome.
I found highly satisfying how the dynamic duo playfully bounced off from each other functioning as a symbiotic relationship. The intensity was high with a rubato tempo while the demeanor was of one of a mischievous form. As a result, this enlightened the mood of the entire concert grabbing the attention of the audience once again for the final time. This was possible due to the notes of the play being allegro in a minor key. While the texture of the piece was homophonic due to the fact that the piano dominated the melody while the flute finessed its way into the complex disjunct melody.
"Cecilia" The song "Cecilia" by Simon and Garfunkel is worth listening to, because it will brighten the listener 's day with its driving tempo, stimulating sounds, and uplifting vocals. It is the type of song we hear at wedding receptions that has the power to get everyone up on their feet and open up a circle on the dance floor. When it comes on the radio, you can 't help but to tap your steering wheel along with the beat. Where ever the audience may be, "Cecilia" creates an aura of excitement. The intro of "Cecilia" compares to the sound of a drum circle during a bonfire with friends.
While Friar says and hints at many things about Romeo and Juliet’s love, a key phrase he says is, “These violent delights have violent ends/And in their triumph die, like fire and powder”(Shakespeare 2.6.9-10). An atmosphere that is seen throughout the play is how rushed and frantic Romeo and Juliet’s relationship seems to be. As Friar is validating their marriage, Romeo
The abrupt silence in between the themes seemed to build a form of climax to the piece. The English horn gave this piece so much character appropriate for the era it was composed. Throughout the piece, I like the way the English horn was the foundation of the piece and with accompaniment and response of flute and oboe made everything flow together so euphorically. The sixth piece of the evening was Canonic Sonata No. 2 in D Major TWV 40:120 Spirituoso composed by G.P Telemann.
Suarezisho was lost staring at her. “ So, did the rats ate your tongue?” Betisha asked laughing. “Oh I offer an appology, it is that you are so beautiful” Suarezisho told her. When he said that, Betisha knew that he was not from here because most of the boys never tell her, they just go straight to kissing her. “ I am guessing you are not from here?”
I think his exaggerated laughter was spot on, capturing the euphoric insanity of the character. He even pleasurably grunts and moans in response to inflicting pain on others, revealing his animalistic and masochistic side. The erratic use of nitrous oxide also serves to represent Orin’s problems with addiction and his underlying insecurities. Maybe he self-medicates to escape the demons that are inside his head, using his laughing gas to make living a little bit
“You know what, I’m done with this man stop following me.” Exclaimed Goku. “I was watching you play Goku.” The monkey said. “Ok and I don’t get what you’re trying to say, that you’re a stalker. “No, I’m trying to say I watched you and you stunk.” “ Ok… I’m just gonna disregard the fact that you we’re watching me practice.” Goku said as he walked away. Even though Goku was trying to play it off he was actually really hurt by the fact that the monkey said that he was bad.
"In Secret" finds hit and miss approach around this by enjoying up the cluelessness of Madame's domino buddies. They misread everything by filtering the plain through a prism of social favouritism and individual backwardness. This includes a major payoff later. For now, their obliviousness is hilarious: "Thérèse has been sick with grief! She should want another husband!