Monday, February 23, 2015

Tale Of The Night to House of Bricks 

A tale of love is floating in the night 

As a familiar tale takes on new meaning 


Tale Of The Night (poem) 

Sing softly oh tale of the night
For dawn is a lifetime away
What fate holds my mind in a mist
As feelings are all set astray
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I wander through twilights unknown
Where reality isn’t quite plain
And as I am carried along
My heart has to settle the strain
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Sing softly oh tale of the night
Bring rest to the voices I hear
Confused as they carry about
As they whisper words which aren’t clear
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Here doomed to this twilight unknown
Alone on this answerless quest
Whose veils bring a rush to my soul
A fool pleads to put this to rest
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Sing softly oh tale of the night
Forever at last came to this
The reasons are told by a tear
The memory of their first kiss


If you're not in the mood for kissing yet; Bliss "Kissing" 

Another tale 

Hans Christian Andersen, famed creator of fairy tales, never learned to spell correctly, thus his publishers always had the spelling errors corrected. Now. Sesame Street doesn't have any spelling problems as they parody House of Cards. House of Cards is a political thriller television series developed and produced by Beau Willimon based on the novel by Michael Dobbs. The show's character Frank Underwood becomes Frank Underwolf as Sesame Street turns to the tale of the 3 Little Pigs to do what it does best: educate. Between the laughter, try to catch some of the hidden messages of this parody. 
After you have caught some of the hidden messages, consider this: What is House of Cards doing on Sesame Street? "Sesame Street: House of Bricks (House of Cards Parody)" 

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