Thursday, May 14, 2015

The Little Rose to Music Montage of Babies 

A lover's dream becomes a timeless memory 

Sweet memories become timeless laughter 


The Little Rose (Shakespearean sonnet) 

The night had ended for this little rose
This simple token of a poor boy’s heart
It was his gift to bless the evening’s start
Yet few would know the depth this poor boy chose
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He grew this flower knowing of this night
And through its days they shared the dream he planned
The rose she wore was crafted by his hand
To share a wondrous moments of delight
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Now there it lay the final kiss had passed
Was this the final purpose of its life
And if he knew he too would feel the knife
Had love like rose now truly seen the last
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Into a memory a lasting look
She placed the rose inside a special book


A song I sang back in memory's dreams: Michael Praetorius "Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming" 

From love to laughs 

The history of movies began as early as the 1890s. How far we have come since then. I remember talking to my girlfriend on a phone attached to the kitchen wall and then tripping over. Partly because I was in love, but mostly because I managed to wrap the chord around my feet. Now, our phones are free from chords and shoot our movies for us. They are so convenient, we can capture precious memories, like our baby's adorable and funny moments. America's Funniest Home Videos has put together a montage of 2014's funniest baby videos. 
Boy, did I go off to get to this funny video, which hasn't gone viral (yet), but all of its parts have. "AFV Music Montage: Babies" 

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