Dec 23, 2012

black & blue


I know a man who fills his emptiness
with strangers

I know a girl who drinks herself to
sleep at night
You can't change her

We're just the same
We all get desperate sometimes
Feeling black and blue
I know you'll find it hard
to accept it sometimes
We all feel black and we feel blue
Wipe it off your sleeve
Your superiority

Don't roll your eyes my sweet

Paloma Faith - Black & Blue

Dec 5, 2012

act 3 scene 1


Tybalt Capulet: "Romeo, thou art a villain"

Romeo, now secretly married to Juliet and thus Tybalt’s kinsman, refuses to be angered by Tybalt’s verbal attack. Tybalt commands Romeo to draw his sword. Romeo protests that he has good reason to love Tybalt, and does not wish to fight him. He asks that until Tybalt knows the reason for this love, he put aside his sword. Mercutio angrily draws his sword and declares with biting wit that if Romeo will not fight Tybalt, he will.

Mercutio and Tybalt begin to fight.