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Ridiculously photogenic cello time.

The Sound of Music is Doot Doot Doo: rifa: coffeeandcheesecake: The first time I say I love you, your face...

rifa:

coffeeandcheesecake:

The first time I say I love you, your face
crumbles. You look at me
the way man stares in terror
at the stars and the sea.

You grasp your head, fist
your hair, hiss, whisper why me
why me I am weak I am
dirt I am dust I am
nothing—

Why…

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When someone says that orchestral music has no emotion because there are no words

ask-sky-blue-eyed-hero:

the-forgotten-prince:

whatshouldwecallclarinet:

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F. Scott Fitzgerald
jollyjoseph:

iamtonysexual:

primsore:






And now we have come full circle.

jollyjoseph:

iamtonysexual:

primsore:

And now we have come full circle.

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amillionluckypennies:

Whoever made this… you are a genius.

amillionluckypennies:

Whoever made this… you are a genius.

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I wonder how many tumblr famous people people in general have looked at my blog, laughed then closed the tab

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Dark and light

Reblog if you’re a nobody on Tumblr but you’re still very proud of your blog.

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Forgive me momentarily for straying from my usual posts. This afternoon, my family and I just so happened to be walking into our hotel lobby when we noticed a woman playing the cello in the cafe area. Of course, I wanted to stay and listen.

This woman moved me to tears. Her performance included Ave Maria, Libertango, several arrangements of well known Disney pieces, and Arioso, a piece I keep dear to me. Granted, she made mistakes, and seemed to allow her nerves to get in her way, but I could hear her for who she was and what she was trying to express. Even the pianist accompanying her enhanced the performance tenfold.

I am still in shock at how gracious she was when I came over to thank her after the performance. She was very humble, and she forgave me for my limited Japanese.

Above all, I wish she continues to play and communicate with the wonderful universal language of music.

((Idk, don’t listen to me, I’m being obsessive and sentimental. And I didn’t have coffee this morning.))