What I’ve been listening to lately

I’ve decided to recreate an old blog post, but update it with some fresh material.

  • Favorite popular song on the radio: Right now I’m a big fan of Selena Gomez’s feel-good vibes, so I’d have to say Kill ’em with kindness is my current favorite.
  • Favorite newly discovered song: Young and beautiful by Lana Del Ray. One of my friends told me about this song a couple days ago and I became obsessed with it almost overnight!
  • Favorite album: 25 by Adele! I was a fan of her music for several years before, but then last Christmas when I got 25, that admiration skyrocketed. I love each and every song on this album, and I’d totally recommend it if you’re into this type of music.
  • Favorite old song: Starlight by Muse. Much of my music taste was shaped and developed by my dad’s music taste, and this is just one of those songs that I really enjoy.
  • Favorite new band: DNCE. Cake by the ocean is a fantastic upbeat song, and Toothbrush still has the same feeling, but with a bit more romance. 

What I’ve been listening to lately

I’ve decided to recreate an old blog post, but update it with some fresh material.

  • Favorite popular song on the radio: Right now I’m a big fan of Selena Gomez’s feel-good vibes, so I’d have to say Kill ’em with kindness is my current favorite.
  • Favorite newly discovered song: Young and beautiful by Lana Del Ray. One of my friends told me about this song a couple days ago and I became obsessed with it almost overnight!
  • Favorite album: 25 by Adele! I was a fan of her music for several years before, but then last Christmas when I got 25, that admiration skyrocketed. I love each and every song on this album, and I’d totally recommend it if you’re into this type of music.
  • Favorite old song: Starlight by Muse. Much of my music taste was shaped and developed by my dad’s music taste, and this is just one of those songs that I really enjoy.
  • Favorite new band: DNCE. Cake by the ocean is a fantastic upbeat song, and Toothbrush still has the same feeling, but with a bit more romance. 

PerceptionĀ 

What is it that counts

     in this forsaken world?

I’d  like to think

     it is the knowledge,

     the wit, heart and soul

But maybe it is the image

     quite possibly, the beaut

     would reign over

     the dreamer…

Then I think of

     what caliber have I achieved?

What is my sole

     purpose, my worth?

The dreams, the thoughts

     my mind forever un placid,

     unstable 

Do I count?

Is anyone ever

     really sure of

     themselves?

Or do we just

     appear so?

If we do, what

     is then so powerful 

     about one’s image?

What makes it more 

     worthy than one’s mind?

And, why?