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Featured Poem: Nirvana

By Dan Gerber

A hundred quail on the grass outside my window,

and the dogs are a little upset,

and at least one hundred dove- 104 more words

Poetry

SE40 Week 4 - Living On A Prayer That You'll Quit Music Forever

Ken Dryden perfectly articulated, in his book The Game, something everyone intuitively understands:

Nothing is as good as it used to be, and it never was.

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Hello, hello, hello.

I have found a belonging. An outlet, an escape, an acceptance. I’ve felt this before, but not in a very, very long time. It’s not about belonging with other people or groups of people. 991 more words

Ramble 40: Are we afraid of the unknown?

Taken inspiration from the article ‘Nomadic Dreams’ (https://whitemagickvibes.wordpress.com/)

The gushing waters, the blue mountains, the fresh lakes, the boiling deserts they all boast of different creatures each basking in their uniqueness. 340 more words

November 2014

The Daily Doodle - Whatever...Nevermind

“Whatever…Nevermind” daily doodle (5/24/15), watercolor, acrylic, ink

For anyone who is not familiar with Kurt Cobain or Nirvana, the text in this piece is a play on lyrics from the songs Lithium and Smells Like Teen Spirit and the portrait on the right is Kurt Cobain. The other portrait is me.

Art

MOVIE REVIEW | Cobain: Montage of Heck (2015)

“He was searching for whatever made him feel like he wasn’t so alone.”

When Nirvana broke big, I was just a little bit too young to get it.  650 more words

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Montage of Heck: A Review

A few days ago, I sat through the 2-hour documentary dissection of Kurt Cobain’s life. The ex-lead singer of 90s grunge band Nirvana, rose to fame, defined a generation, then took his own life. 709 more words

90s Music