So, watching Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends with the #goyles and look who makes a cameo. I’m impressed. @chancegomez @littlelisa5683 @bigjune01 @b_larsonaz @thewoodsmansbabe #thatsjustlikeyouropinionmanTags:
Anger & resentment shatter my bones.
They crease my heart in ways I cannot flatten.
The fabric of her beauty is infinite,
Though torn by brick & mortar.
Is strength my mountaintop?
Is trust my beloved slave?
I fight for truth in this battle,
Even if the war is a lie.
We relish and rage,
We fuck and fight.
O’ how we fight in vain,
And to be slain is all we beg!
We will leave this realm begging for the blood of our children.
Tension goes unseen.
The balance smiling while crying and it’s all a dream.
A dream dead to us all but alive to moon and the stars.
The whole family on my father’s side (accept Leigh..she apparently doesn’t post much heh). The man in the middle is Demicrito DeAsis. My grandfather. Pop in the top left. Then, correct me if I’m wrong, his four sons, one daughter, six granddaughters, three grandsons, and two great granddaughters. Wish he could have met them all.
If you have passed on Craig Owens due to his pop sensibility, or anything else for that matter, I must say that a mistake has been made. His collaboration album, ‘The Day of Leaving Things Behind’ w/ The Bodo Ensemble is a vibe flowing masterpiece! With strong acid jazz attributes accompanied by alt-hop drumming and the occasional foreign spoken word, Owens and Friends have made not only a creatively inspiring album but one that may be contemporarily salvational if his panty-dropping peers catch wind. In addition, I feel that this work shadows my perception of his solo album (that is a bit more akin to his Chiodos brand follower) ‘With Love’ in that they both share the emotional unrest and clever orchestration that has always been threaded in his writing. All in all..I would love to see this fellow live. I would also love to see what he would do with a sitar.Source: Spotify