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"Phantasmagoria" by Dave Hart I You gaze silently and stare squinting through your stained glass panes. Now pulling aside sapphire drapes of flowing somber samite Replete with glowing organdy You gaze out. Lo, a lazy mesmerized quixotic moon-- blithely blows kisses, wryly winks and coyly smiles. Yea, a light seesaw of a day of ecstasy and spritely delight-- now wanes to a quiet evening tune. II Transfixed you muse --attent through moist window panes. And now enter the past pains through a flowing Rorschach panorama of fluid specters-- a pentimento painting of myriad serpentine days metamorphosing into mellifluous mellowing nights. Now mirthful, this moon merrily mills reticent clouds in a star clustered plight. The meeting with Morpheus... --wondering of his mood-- cheery and cherry, one hopes. III In the soft security of your pliant bed-- a weary cheek cradled in thoughts of this day now blithely tread-- a voice and vision from the past-- "night night nighty nite sleep tight". IV Dreaming.. in a dream Floating in the night skyscape . . a phantasmagoria of sensual sights and sounds. . riding in a catamaran of gilded silk. . over the still quiet town. There's the tailor's shop, the market place, and the gurgling fountains of the park. On to other lands afar. . the Taj Mahal. . the Great Wall of China the winged maneuvers of a lark V Dreaming . . . reeling red and yellow sea horses laugh and dance while you roar over tree tops . . . mermaids now samba agog with cheshire cats to the music of Sergei Rachmaninoff . shooting stars of blue purple catching bolts of lightening VI Dearest one awake now and stir . . . To scents of frankincense and myrrh . . voices of the past. Long lingering in your cozy warm bed . . with thoughts tantalizing in your graceful head . . Birds twitter and herald yon day's new light . . . a new morn sun yields cascading delight. David Hart 2006
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(1853-1890) Vincent van Gogh was born near Brabant, the son of a minister. In 1869, he got a position at the art dealers, Goupil and Co. in The Hague, through his uncle, and worked with them until he was dismissed from the London office in 1873. He worked as a schoolmaster in England (1876), before training for the ministry at Amsterdam University (1877). After he failed to get a post in the Church, he went to live as an independent missionary among the Borinage miners. He was largely self-taught as an artist, although he received help from his cousin, Mauve. His first works were heavily painted, mud-colored and clumsy attempts to represent the life of the poor (e.g. Potato-Eaters, 1885, Amsterdam), influenced by one of his artistic heroes, Millet. He moved to Paris in 1886, living with his devoted brother, Theo, who as a dealer introduced him to artists like Gauguin, Pissarro, Seurat and Toulouse-Lautrec. In Paris, he discovered color as well as the divisionist ideas which helped to create the distinctive dashed brushstrokes of his later work (e.g. Pere Tanguy, 1887, Paris). He moved to Arles, in the south of France, in 1888, hoping to establish an artists' colony there, and was immediately struck by the hot reds and yellows of the Mediterranean, which he increasingly used symbolically to represent his own moods (e.g. Sunflowers, 1888, London, National Gallery). He was joined briefly by Gauguin in October 1888, and managed in some works to combine his own ideas with the latter's Synthetism (e.g. The Sower, 1888, Amsterdam), but the visit was not a success. A final argument led to the infamous episode in which Van Gogh mutilated his ear. In 1889, he became a voluntary patient at the St. Remy asylum, where he continued to paint, often making copies of artists he admired. His palette softened to mauves and pinks, but his brushwork was increasingly agitated, the dashes constructed into swirling, twisted shapes, often seen as symbolic of his mental state (e.g. Ravine, 1889, Otterlo). He moved to Auvers, to be closer to Theo in 1890 - his last 70 days spent in a hectic program of painting. He died, having sold only one work, following a botched suicide attempt. His life is detailed in a series of letters to his brother (published 1959).
2 May 2008
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This dude was in a really bad mood, so his roommates Saran Wrapped the top of of a doorway then pissed him off so he would run right into it.
14 Apr 2008
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Africa Travel Channel Video. Visit: www.africa-24**** Rachie Badenhorst Properties are the aficionados, waiting to ensure your dream is realized. The visual spectacle of Marina Martinique is one that will leave a permanent impression in any visitors mind. Navigable salt water canals, meandering through exquisite holiday homes, make for a mood and setting that is unrivalled. Contact Details Telephone +27 42 293 2776 Email rachierbprop***.za Website www.rachiebadenhorstproperties***.za
14 Apr 2008
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Miriam Hinrichs shares her hormone story and how her mood changed when off hormones. Go to *******www.EmpowHer**** for more osteoporosis & hormone information. Share your hormone story with us and send this to a friend in need.
16 Apr 2008
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Nestled in the prestigious Pocket area, just 5 minutes to Downtown, Shenandoah is the perfect location to call home. We offer spacious 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartment homes. With remarkable community features such as a revitalizing pool, gated community and beautiful park-like setting, you'll discover the way home was meant to be here at the Shenadoah Apartments. We are conveniently located within walking distance to schools, and easy freeway access. We've set the mood, the rest is up to you. Call us to day to reserve your lifestyle! You can also view these apartments for rent online at ForRent****: *******www.forrent****/apartment-community-profile/1006973.php
17 Apr 2008
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"Phantasmagoria" by Dave Hart I You gaze silently and stare squinting through your stained glass panes. Now pulling aside sapphire drapes of flowing somber samite Replete with glowing organdy You gaze out. Lo, a lazy mesmerized quixotic moon-- blithely blows kisses, wryly winks and coyly smiles. Yea, a light seesaw of a day of ecstasy and spritely delight-- now wanes to a quiet evening tune. II Transfixed you muse --attent through moist window panes. And now enter the past pains through a flowing Rorschach panorama of fluid specters-- a pentimento painting of myriad serpentine days metamorphosing into mellifluous mellowing nights. Now mirthful, this moon merrily mills reticent clouds in a star clustered plight. The meeting with Morpheus... --wondering of his mood-- cheery and cherry, one hopes. III In the soft security of your pliant bed-- a weary cheek cradled in thoughts of this day now blithely tread-- a voice and vision from the past-- "night night nighty nite sleep tight". IV Dreaming.. in a dream Floating in the night skyscape . . a phantasmagoria of sensual sights and sounds. . riding in a catamaran of gilded silk. . over the still quiet town. There's the tailor's shop, the market place, and the gurgling fountains of the park. On to other lands afar. . the Taj Mahal. . the Great Wall of China the winged maneuvers of a lark V Dreaming . . . reeling red and yellow sea horses laugh and dance while you roar over tree tops . . . mermaids now samba agog with cheshire cats to the music of Sergei Rachmaninoff . shooting stars of blue purple catching bolts of lightening VI Dearest one awake now and stir . . . To scents of frankincense and myrrh . . voices of the past. Long lingering in your cozy warm bed . . with thoughts tantalizing in your graceful head . . Birds twitter and herald yon day's new light . . . a new morn sun yields cascading delight. David Hart 2006
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For The Memory of Princess Leila Pahlavi - ( 1971 - 2001)-RIPA Princess Who Arrived With the Spring- March 27, 2008 - Reza Bayegan As the defeated army of winter sends its scattered forces of cold spells into desperate sorties and spring asserts itself with confidence in its birthright and splendour there comes the 27th March and the birthday of our late Princess Leila Pahlavi.I know a few Iranians who faithfully remember this day and mark it with a quiet celebration. They make no fuss and show no great display of emotions but observe this event in a calm, reflective mood; a mood akin to Princess Leila's own reserved and unobtrusive temperament. They remember it as a day for focusing on the priceless virtue of human kindness and compassion. They devote this occasion to pondering the tenderness and fragility of life, and for keeping in mind what ultimately matters and is of eternal value.Thinking of our princess we remember for instance to never forget the human element in the frenzy of a political horse race. Her gentle glance looking at us from her photographs reminds us that life is too short for acrimony and too unreliable for construction of anything grand except fond memories.In these sorry days of opportunism and banality, it is refreshing to think of our elegant and dignified princess who arrived in this world with the tender flowers of spring and withered away before the arrival of summer. May God bless the soul of our beloved Princess Leila who intensely lived and passionately loved.
1 Jan 2009
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I like this bull because hes in the mood for love and he wont let a little fence stop him from getting some. I cant count how many times Ive pulled this same move.
28 Apr 2008
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Mandie in a dance mood.
9 Feb 2009
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Dolphin dancing in party mood. Real time shot by personal camera.
27 Apr 2008
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Learn how to make Vegetable pulav has a mix of vegetables and spices. This is a great dish for get-togethers, especially for lunch. If you are not in the mood to prepare a big meal, use vegetable pulav as a one-dish meal with yogurt, pickle, papadam or chutney. For rice 1 cup basmati or long grain rice 2 cups water 2 tablespoons oil 1 teaspoon cumin seeds 2 bay leaves 1 teaspoon salt For vegetables 3 tablespoons oil 1 teaspoon cumin seeds 1 medium sized potato, chopped into 1/2″ cubes 1 carrot, chopped 1 cup cauliflower, cut into small pieces 1 cup frozen green peas 1/2 red bell pepper, chopped 2 long sliced green peppers 1 teaspoon grated ginger 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon garam masala 1 tablespoon lemon juice For garnish: 2 tablespoons minced cilantro
2 Mar 2009
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Some guy from the current matric (2007: Al-Murtaza School), clipped a video inside class room catching Miss Shaheen (Urdu Teacher) beating a fold in mood of wrestling LOL. The boy who actually uploaded this video, was about to get in trouble because of school's administration, so he himself deleted the video, but I fortunately had download it on my computer, so I uploaded it myself.
2 May 2008
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Iron Man & Redbelt Are Predicted To Top The Box Office This Week... Your Box Office Update From Getthedaily**** - Your Online Source For News Hey movie goers! You’re watching GettheDaily****. I’m Dana Ward here with the 4-1-1 on the brand-spanking-new movies opening at the theatres this weekend. The much-awaited Iron Man will likely be taking over the box office. This is an action-adventure film filled with heros and villains alike. Robert Downey Jr stars as a rich inventor who is kidnapped and forced to build a deadly weapon. This smart philanthropist decides to create an indestructible armor suit to escape and then fight evil to save the world. Gwyneth Paltrow, Terrence Howard and other star powers help move along the action-packed comic-based flick. Another high-action flick hitting theatres this weekend is the martial arts drama, Redbelt. A pro jujitsu master finds himself struck by the glitz of Hollywood when he’s asked to contend in prizefighting for the cameras. Before long, he is manipulated into partaking in ultimate-fighting-championship-style bouts with actors. In between getting horrible beatdowns, the martial arts master finds a unique opportunity in the ring to regain his honor. The romantic comedy of the summer will leave you saying ‘I Do’. Made of Honor stars Patrick ‘McDreamy’ Dempsey realizing his best friend of years, played by Michelle Monaghan, is actually the girl-of-his-dreams… and of course it’s just as she tells him she’s engaged. The bride-to-be asks her BOY b-f-f to be her maid-of-honor and from the inside, he’s on a mission to win back his girl’s heart. Another movie all about love and connection between two hearts is Mister Lonely. A Michael Jackson impersonator falls for a Marilyn Monroe impersonator. These two celeb-wannabes live life and travel together, and the comedic drama even introduces a few more of our favorite Old School Hollywood characters. An interesting premise drives the comedy, Son of Rambow. The story follows a young Brit boy in the 80s who is raised in an isolated religious society. He starts on a conquest with a school bully to create their own action epic, after secretly watching his first movie, Rambo: First Blood. If you’re more in the mood for a serious film, check out the war-drama, Fugitive Pieces. It follows the life of a young boy into adulthood, starting with the Nazi invasion of Poland in 1942 and the killing of his parents. He’s smuggled to safety and he’s forced to deal with his past in order to move on to the future. This film is about love, loss and salvation. Plus, there will be a few sneak-peeks of the upcoming comedy, What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas, starring Cameron Diaz and Ashton Kutcher. Thanks for watching Get the Daily. I’m Dana Ward. Check us out on Monday to get the latest box office results for the weekend.
24 Jul 2009
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Alexander Kostruba - The Secret Label: Really Really Big Records, LLC Website: www.rrbr**** The single includes two tracks, which will enter to Alexander's full length album "Offline" (Spring, 2008). "The Secret EP" offers to your attention two tracks from the sensational forthcoming album "Offline" by Alexander Kostruba. Basing his creation on progressive electronic music elements, Alexander blends old/new school trance flavored by techno and house moods... Oh yes, do not forget about experimental rock influences for an extra kick":) The result: an authentic dish, which we are proud to call "music"... Something which follows the trends of ever-changing world, and yet keeps the true way of "artistic creation". Enough of copy/paste ones and zeros. We want something real. Isn't it that secret we've been looking for? Release is supported by: Andy Moor, Solarstone, Niklas Harding, Kris O'Neil, Kenneth Thomas, Peter Mason, etc.
5 May 2008
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*******www.mrpaparazzi**** Amy Winehouse seems to be in a slightly odd mood as she waits for a drive through McDonalds. She sways around in her seat and pulls faces at photographers. She kindly offers to buy our cameraman some food and gets him a double cheeseburger. Some fans come and speak to her and she tells a young black man 'I won't steal your jewelry I am a white girl!'
3 Jun 2008
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