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¡Hola a todos! Tenía resfriado pues no sueno muy bien pero esto es mi rendición de Especial de Better Than Ezra. Me encanta este canto—con tanta energía emocional. ¡Espero que a ustedes les guste! Subscíbanse, por favor!! Besos, J-tine Hihi!! Ive had a cold for the past week so I dont sound that good but here is my cover of Special by Better Than Ezra. This song is beautiful—I just love the raw emotion XD. Hope you like it! Comment/Rate/Subscribe cause you are SPECIAL. Besos, J-tine brionoke - 2010
Be yourself; everyone else is already taken. ~Oscar Wilde
What defines you? A culture jam at the University of Texas in the Fall of 2009.
www.myspace.com/naedinero Im known as Nae Dinero. I began rapping in June 2009 and was encouraged by a friend at school to begin to write my songs down. After recording myself on my phone I reached out to my aunt, now my manager and we are currently working closely together to release a song. Stay tuned!! Favorite Quotes If you wait to do everything until you're sure it's right, you'll probably never do much of anything.- Win Borden I put all my genius into my life; I put only my talent into my works.- Oscar Wilde Sometimes it's the smallest decisions that can change your life forever.- Keri Russell "The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do.- Walter Bagehot
Cimetière du Père-Lachaise - yes I went to a cemetery by myself, but it was really pretty and it was huge, the largest cemetery in Paris and a major tourist attraction. Notable figures buried there are: Georges Bizet (1838-1875) - famous for writing the opera "Carmen" Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849) - my favourite Romantic composer Molière (1622-1673) - French playwright Jim Morrison (1943-1971) - famous American singer, frontman of The Doors Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) - Irish playwright, poet and author, most famous for "The Importance of Being Earnest" - most interesting tradition at his grave, people put on red lipstick and kiss it, so that it is covered with red lips.
This is a video I made after seeing xgossipqueenx's video called "Life.." - What is the meaning of life to you? The video says it all basically :) "Life's about comfort on difficult days, smiles when sadness intrudes, rainbows to follow the clouds, laughter to kiss your lips, friendship to brighten your being, sunsets to warm your heart, hugs when spirits sag, beauty for your eyes to see, faith so that you can believe, confidence for when you doubt, courage to know yourself, patience to accept the truth, and love to complete your life." - Autor unknown. One day your life will flash before your eyes... make sure it's worth watching! TO LIVE IS THE RAREST THING IN THIS WORLD. PEOPLE EXCIST. THAT'S ALL! - Oscar Wilde. Love life. xoxo. Sarah. I do not own the song. No copyright intended. * Yiruma - River flows in you.
A couple of friends and I decided we oughta give this Machinima Competition a go. Here are the credits, since I couldn't fit them into the video: Bluefire006 (myself) - Script Writing, Filming, Editing, Voicing, Acting John55 - Voicing Woodlandkill - Voicing, Acting Relax Cloud1 - Voicing, Acting Vipers02 - Voicing, Acting X Levante X - Voicing Rave Evil - Acting Dmpg - Acting Twitter.com/Curtiee (that's the name he wants here in the credits, hehe) - Voicing Nicola352 - Acting (she also had me throw in the part about Bunbury, which is an allusion to the play "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde) My Mom - Voicing My Dad - Voicing And just for the record, hardly any of the voices match up to the person saying the lines ingame. :P runescape © Jagex Ltd.
Made in 20 minutes in a fit of procrastination. [Still procrastinating btw] First experimentation with live action editing. Very disappointed in myself for making this, for my own personal reasons.
Ever get sad and you don't know why? Ever get tired of just being somewhere? Ever answer the "What do you like to do?" question with "I don't know, everything I guess..."? Newsflash--you fail. Take some time for yourself! In this video, I talk about the value of alone time and investing in yourself. Oscar Wilde said to love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance. I agree!
myself and what makes me who I am
myself and what makes me who I am
myself and what makes me who I am
myself and what makes me who I am
Music by k-Drama, "Air Jordan" from Boombaptism www.k-dramamusic.com
The first offering from the second half of this joint Youtube- account. So, here is what I've been working on in English lessons since January. It's a trailer for a movie of the novel of the same title by Oscar Wilde, where the impossibly beautiful and innocent Dorian Gray (portrayed by my suitably vain brother) is corrupted by man of the world Lord Henry Wotton (beautifully acted here by Cassiah ) through talks of the only pursuit in this world being pleasure, which is achieved by beauty. This leads Dorian to proclaim that he would sell his soul for an extraordinary picture of him painted by close friend and admirer Basil Hallward to age instead of him. Basil then watches despairingly as Dorian falls further into vice, opium, improper relations and general evil, while remaining beautiful and so a major figure in public society. It has an awesome turning point and finale, so I reccomend you read it. There's an awful lot of inference about how they're all in gay relationships with eachother apart from Basil who fails to get it off with Dorian alltogether, though it could be interpreted as the love of a friend. Anyway, directed, edited and scripted by myself using orignial text from the book and foreword, here it is! Enjoy....
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...Ave., at 7 p.m. April 17 to sign copies of the book, the title of which is a quote from the poet and playwright Oscar Wilde. The self-help guide is a follow-up to Robbins' 2007 book, "Focus on the Good Stuff: The Power of Appreciation." The 35-year-old Robbins,...
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dl.dropbox.com Right Click To Save As Turn Off Your TV 2. "In a sense we're all artists because we're all creative beings. Terence mckenna advocates self-creation rather than compliance with an imposed cultural paradigm" Disobediance = Non-compliance! www.thezeitgeistmovement.com *Click on captions to translate to any language.
Myself playing missile command (poorly)
WARNING: This video contains male nudity and homosexuality. As if you couldn't guess. Disclaimers: I do not own any of the material used. Songs (c) of Electric Six and Placebo. Film clips (c) of Sony Pictures. I dont want to profit in any way, shape or form from this video, I am merely a Wildean sharing my scrazy ideas with other fans. There is a bit of a story behind this video. Trigger and I were in the car, dressed all Victorian, on the way to the pub. Her dad was playing some compilation CD that he had put together, or some such, and this song came on. We automatically thought of Wilde. We usually do. XD Later on I looked on the wonder that is youtube and, to my suprise, could find no fanvideos of Wilde with this song. So I took the liberty of making one myself. The clips are from the wonderful film Wilde, starring Stephen Fry, Jude Law and Michael Sheen. Michael is the one who looks like a fish/rat. lol. Please rate, comment and enjoy. :3
Canterville Ghost part 2.Turn on the subtitles manually (bottom right of the video) if they fail to launch automatically.Если видео не показывает субтитры автоматически, их можно включить в правом нижнем углу видео, кликнув на стрелку/треугольник.
Canterville Ghost part 1.Turn on the subtitles manually (bottom right of the video) if they fail to launch automatically.Если видео не показывает субтитры автоматически, их можно включить в правом нижнем углу видео, кликнув на стрелку/треугольник.
A gente destrói aquilo que mais ama Em campo aberto, ou numa emboscada; Alguns com a leveza do carinho Outros com a dureza da palavra; O covardes destroem com um beijo Os valentes destroem com a espada. Mas a gente sempre destrói aquilo que Mais ama. (Oscar Wilde)
Heres a virtual movie of Alfred Lord Douglas (1870 - 1945) known as "Bosie" to his onetime friend the tragic playright and poet Oscar Wilde reading his poem "Impression de Nuit" ..London.The poem is surely Bosie's impression of how lustful London must seem by night when shrouded by nights cloak of darkness dark passions are aroused,for men and women oft do strange passionate things under moonlight. Kind Regards Jim Clark All rights are reserved on this video recording copyright Jim Clark 2008 Impression de Nuit London See what a mass of gems the city wears Upon her broad live bosom! row on row Rubies and emeralds and amethysts glow. See! that huge circle like a necklace, stares With thousands of bold eyes to heaven, and dares The golden stars to dim the lamps below, And in the mirror of the mire I know The moon has left her image unawares. That's the great town at night: I see her breasts, Pricked out with lamps they stand like huge black towers. I think they move! I hear her panting breath. And that's her head where the tiara rests. And in her brain, through lanes as dark as death, Men creep like thoughts...The lamps are like pale flowers. The Poem is read by myself,
Heres a virtual movie of Alfred Lord Douglas (1870 - 1945) known as "Bosie" to his onetime friend the tragic playright and poet Oscar Wilde reading his poem that seems to speak of the tragedy of his own bitter experience of love "The summer storm" . The Poem is read by myself,and incase you wondering I have left off the final two lines of the original poem as I think the poem ends better that way. Kind Regards Jim Clark All rights are reserved on this video recording copyright Jim Clark 2008 A Summer Storm Alas! how frail and weak a little boat I have sailed in. I call it Happiness, And I had thought there was not storm nor stress Of wind so masterful but it would float Blithely in their despite; but lo! one note Of harsh discord, one word of bitterness, And a fierce overwhelming wilderness Of angry waters chokes my gasping throat. I am near drowned in this unhappy sea, I will not strive, let me lie still and sink, I have no joy to live. Oh! unkind love! Why have you wounded me so bitterly?
Heres a virtual movie of Alfred Lord Douglas (1870 - 1945) known as "Bosie" to his onetime friend the tragic playright and poet Oscar Wilde reading his poem seemingly steeped in the tragedy of his own flawed life "In Praise of Shame " . The Poem is read by myself. You can view an alternative version of this video at my Dailymotion poetrylad video channel at this link.. www.dailymotion.com Kind Regards Jim Clark All rights are reserved on this video recording copyright Jim Clark 2008 In Praise of Shame......... Last night unto my bed bethought there came Our lady of strange dreams, and from an urn She poured live fire, so that mine eyes did burn At the sight of it. Anon the floating fame Took many shapes, and one cried: "I am shame That walks with Love, I am most wise to turn Cold lips and limbs to fire; therefore discern And see my loveliness, and praise my name." And afterwords, in radiant garments dressed With sound of flutes and laughing of glad lips, A pomp of all the passions passed along All the night through; till the white phantom ships Of dawn sailed in. Whereat I said this song, "Of all sweet passions Shame is the loveliest."
Heres a virtual movie of Alfred Lord Douglas (1870 - 1945) known as "Bosie" to his onetime friend the tragic playright and poet Oscar Wilde reading his popular poem seemingly steeped in the tragedy of his own flawed life "The Dead Poet" . The Poem is read by myself. Kind Regards Jim Clark All rights are reserved on this video recording copyright Jim Clark 2008 The Dead Poet............ I dreamed of him last night, I saw his face All radiant and unshadowed of distress, And as of old, in music measureless, I heard his golden voice and marked him trace Under the common thing the hidden grace, And conjure wonder out of emptiness, Till mean things put on beauty like a dress And all the world was an enchanted place. And then methought outside a fast locked gate I mourned the loss of unrecorded words, Forgotten tales and mysteries half said, Wonders that might have been articulate, And voiceless thoughts like murdered singing birds. And so I woke and knew that he was dead.
DON'T``KILL``YOURSELF!!!! We``all``know``someone``or``know``of``someone who``has``killed``themselves``and``we``feel``the terrible``pain``that``is``left``behind. To``those``who``are``alive: 1. Don't``kill``yourself 2.You``CAN``have``a``better``life 3.If``you``have``no``struggle``you``have``nothing 4.You``do``affect``the``world 5.You``do``affect``people 6.Someone``somewhere``WILL``love``you``for``who``you``are 7.If``you``hate``your``own``life,help``someone``elses 8.To``quote``the``great``Oscar``Wilde: We``are``all``in``the``gutter,but``some``of``us``are``looking``up``at``the``stars. www.kevinharryhoban.com...for``free``mp3downloads``of``my``songs
Another lyric by Oscar Wilde......I just can't help myself! Anyhow, Oscar himself said he wrote this one for music..... his poetry flows with song.
LYRICS BELOW... Miley Cyrus- Life's What You Make It www.mileycyrusheaven.com Aye aye aye oh aye aye aaaaaye Don't let no small frustration Ever bring you down (no no no no) Just take a situation And turn it all around With a new attitude everything can change Make it how you want it to be Stay mad why do that give yourself a break Laugh about it and you'll see [Chorus] Life's what you make it So let's make it rock Life's what you make it So come on, come on everybody now Aye aye aye oh aye aye aaaaaye Why be sad broken hearted There's so much to do (Yea yea yea yea) Life is hard or it's a party The choice is up to you With a new attitude everything can change Make it how you want it to be Stay sad why do that give yourself a break I know you want to party with me CHORUS Let's celebrate it join in everyone You decide, Cause life's, what you make it Things are looking up Anytime you want All you gotta do is realize that It's under your control So let the good time's rock and roll (OH!) Da-da-da-do it now Aaaaaye All right Yeah, yeah, yeah Yeah! CHORUS Let's celebrate it, join in everyone You decide, Cause life's, what you make it Life is what you make it.
It is a thought provoking mini video on the reflection of our modern progress and evolution. What do we support? what is the core of why we strive for more money and power? what has the political arena become? We have lost a large part of nature to our modern ideas that are supposed to be superior to those that came before it, yet we are self destructing many of our natural resources, ethnic diversity and human rights...for what? Ask yourself..ho is really in charge? Are we really evolving? "Our ambition should be to rule ourselves, the true kingdom for each one of us; and true progress is to know more, and be more, and to do more." oscar wilde
I performed my favorit scene from the famous tale "The Canterville Ghost" from Oscar Wilde, hope you can oversee the cuts, it was not so easy to film myself while acting!!! download and read the whole story here: rapidshare.com
This video is meant to be a satire of "emo" culture that I created for my college English Comp II class. In this half, the emo boy, Josh, gets visited by a very famous literary ghost who accuses Josh of stealing his work. I wrote the script, as well as produced and co-directed this little gem, so enjoy! My friend Michael "Masahiro20" does a superb acting job, if I do say so myself. THIS IS MEANT TO BE A PARODY, AND ONLY A PARODY. ANY NASTY COMMENTS WILL BE DELETED!! Leave happy comments and I will be happy! :) Make sure you watch part II! emo heart fall out boy fob panic! at the disco oscar wilde chattanooga state technical community college edgar allen poe heavy metal hip hop ska techno elvis the beatles britney spears paris hilton lindsay lohan lyric interpretations ect.