|i am indeed ready for christmas! i am truly excited for it actually!|
I think I’m a bit more geared up for it now that I’ve finished all my writing! Still have Christmas bits to buy!!!
everyone needs these christmas lights on their blog
I HAVE FINISHED ALL MY WRITING AND “GOOD OL’ FREDA” IS ON TV ON TUESDAY *HEAVY BREATHING*
|My friend got a job and she had her first day today. Where was i? sitting on my bed drawing my OC's for Lord of the Rings and Attack on Titan. i regret nothing. -A Fan|
Hi again, can’t remember the last time I got a message from you - must have been at least a month or so ago! Are you ready for Christmas? x
|could you please explain what 'never shall we partly stray' means? thank you :)|
Poetry Teacher mode, engage! Haha ! In all honesty I was just discussing this before, and from what I can gather it just sounds like he’s saying that we won’t leave any conceivable trace of ourselves behind. I’ll have to read the whole poem again though, so don’t take my word as final! x
We all know what today is. The 33rd anniversary of when the world lost a legend. The day music died, as some will say. We shouldn’t feel sadness today. We should be happy that the world got the privilege of having a remarkable man step foot onto this earth. He wasn’t a saint, even though millions treated him as if he were.
He wasn’t always a loving and devoted husband and father, but he tried making up for it all. But one thing he was, was a brilliant, greatly talented man who not only brought us music by The Beatles, but music by him.
We should celebrate with listening to his songs. His songs of peace and all that. Keep his dream alive that we shall live in peace one day.
The photo above is my little memorial for him. He will always be in my heart and in the heart of thousands of others that are keeping his music, his legacy, alive. Let’s keep doing that.
So tonight I’ve been watching Not Only… But Also, and I was just taken aback by John Lennon’s recital of his poem Deaf Ted Danoota and Me (1964)
I’ve spent years crying over the loss of this man, but I think it’s important to remember that even in his death we’re not apart from him. As a collective online, very very few of us were living while he was, yet we’re all still able to hold such strong and beautiful feelings towards him. On days of mourning like these I feel it’s important that we don’t dwell on his death, but instead remember him for the remarkably intelligent, witty and talented man he was, and never shall we partly stray from him
This is the most gorgeous photo of John I’ve ever seen!!!
I’m reblogging this again. I just have to.
A light went out on 8 December 1980, but his music and his spirit shine on forever.