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Books I have completed reading since January 2018:

1. No Man's Nightingale - Ruth Rendell
2. One Day - David Nicholls
3. The Door - Margaret Atwood
Winter Sleep - Olivia Lufkin
Wednesday, May 27, 2009


It keeps coming back to me
I remember this pain
Ir spreads across my eyes
Everything is dull

Everyone's smiling, they're smiling
It pushes me far far away
I can't understand
Everything is blue

Can you hear me out there?

Will you hold me now...? Hold me now, My frozen heart
I'm gazing from the distance and
I feel everything pass through me
I can't be alone right now
Will you hold me now...? Hold me now, My frozen heart
I'm lost in a deep winter sleep
I can't seem to find my way out alone
Can you wake me?

I know when I let it in
It hides love from this moment
So I guard it close
I watch the move it makes

But ir gets me, but it gets me
I wish I could understand how I
Could make it disappear, make it disappear

Anyone out there hear me now?

Will you hold me now...? Hold me now, My frozen heart
Kiss my lips and maybe you can take to your world for now
I can't be alone right now
Will you hold me now...? Hold me now, My frozen heart
Please make it all go away
Am I ever gonna feel myself again?
I hope I will

Will you hold me now...? Hold me now, My frozen heart
I'm gazing from the distance and
I feel everything pass through me
I can't be alone right now
Will you hold me now...? Hold me now, My frozen heart
I'm lost in a deep winter sleep
I can't seem to find my way out alone
Can you wake me?


I'm never a fan of Olivia Lufkin despite liking a whispery, light soprano voice, which enhances any haunting songs, but this is exceptional simply because two things of this song attracted me. First is its beginning: an echo rippling tune accompany by piano makes me curious to know more of this song. Second is its lyrics. The lyrics are heartbroken and I find it simple to grasp and empathy.

To be frank, this is the slowest tempo music I have ever heard Olivia singing, as she often sings rock music. The other slow music she sang was A Little Pain, a soundtrack to the same anime of this soundtrack: Nana, which is also one my favourites. Even though this song is slow and somehow soothing, which is really my cup of tea, I find this song is not sang hauntingly enough. Imagine this song is sang with the same technique as My Immortal by Evanescence... would you think this song would have more sadness impact on the listeners? Please read this with an open mind that I'm not criticizing Olvia's singing whatsoever. I can feel her emotions in the song and I know this song is not easy to sing, because it needs a lot of emotions. I love this song as it is, but I was talking on improvement, or alternative way of singing it.

By listening to this song, I felt myself come to a standstill and just got attracted to this dreamily yet mild haunting soft voice.

Overall, this song is suitable to listen at all time, whether or not you are in a happy or emo mood. Why not? It is such a great music. Nana anime has such great soundtracks after Full Moon wo Sagashite.

[Sorry for double posting the lyrics because I thought you would be able to read the lyrics along with my comments without glueing your eyes only to the youtube video. Just making your multitasking more effcient. :)]

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Go Go Go Green!
Monday, May 25, 2009
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Chirp Chip
Saturday, May 23, 2009
Ah! I should have snap a shot when a mynah bird rested on the side of my stomach! It was quite cute! It would not be cute if it had poo on me. But LUCKILY it was cute. How did it happened? Please read below:

I was in Starbucks reading up on Numerology while waiting for a friend for dinner. So as I was reading my book, there were mynah birds flying inside the LRT station cum plaza [they accidentally entered the building when the sensor slides opened]. One of them landed beside my table. I just stared at it and hoped it won't come flying straight at me. It didn't. It went flying elsewhere but ended up at the same spot. I stared at it again. My feelings is telling me that the bird will come to me and I just pushed it aside. So I went back to reading and suddenly the bird flew. I thought the bird flew to other direction. Then I played back the whole reel scene: I didn't see the bird flying. So I asked myself where did the bird flew? As if the bird could hear my own question, it chirped and I saw it below my book, staring at me while tilting its head at me. It was cute, though! I definitely gave a little shrill! I tried to push it away, but it refused to fly off until the Starbucks manager came to remove the bird by its neck from my right side of my stomach.


flying away...
memories of
being with you


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Emo haiku
Wednesday. 5.20.09 10:57 am
fallen tears
on the life chart
my guardian angel, my witness


Surprisingly I don't know why I can write damn good emotional haiku in my written diary but not really here.

Please give me feedback on my written work.

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Date of death
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
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Loving me.
Monday. 5.18.09 9:27 am
This is how I look in my own office. (I cropped the picture because my company folders are visible in the background)



I'm so cute.

Why not?

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