Music Theme for December 13. Yes, that’s a Friday. I say we defy Friday the 13th with Love.
Inclined to offer more than music? Please feel free to incorporate whatever trips your love trap. No, it is not my intention to confine Love to only the romantic variety. Though you certainly may do so. Explore however you are so inclined. Feel free to mix media–music and film videos, poetry, prose, visual art. Incorporate your own work and the works of others. If you will, think of this as an online Love Letter drawing upon and going in any and all directions that inspire you.
My favorite scene from M. Night Shyamalan’s The Village.
A moment on the porch between Ivy Walker and Lucius Hunt.
Take note, Ivy Walker is blind.
By John Donne 1572–1631 John Donne
On his way to a promising career, John Donne became a Member of Parliament in 1601. That same year, he married 16-year-old Anne More, the niece of Sir Egerton. Both Lord Egerton and Anne’s father, George More, strongly disapproved of the marriage, and, as punishment, More did not provide a dowry. Lord Egerton fired Donne and had him imprisoned for a short time. The eight years following Donne’s release would be a struggle for the married couple until Anne’s father finally paid her dowry.For source & more on Donne : http://www.biography.com/people/john-donne-9277090
D.S. Nelson: http://hatpaintladdersandwonkypooh.wordpress.com/