I Wrote This For You (I Wrote This For You #4) by pleasefindthisReview originally posted in Blackplume
Once in a while you found a book that somehow felt that it is written personally for you. As if the author writes the book with you in his mind, and the dedication has your name written on it. I Wrote This For You is one of those rare books if ever there is already one out there existing. It is also a kind of book that felt like you wrote by yourself for someone you love and care. As if the author write down all the feelings and thoughts you cannot express and manage to put them on the pages of this lovely book.
The book is divided into four parts: Sun, Moon, Stars, and Rain. It includes collections of photos, messages or poems that express real feelings and emotions. Each collections are artistically combined that somehow will touch your soul. The photos alone are carefully pick to show the different angle of life. Each descriptions and messages are heartwarming and inspiring. The photos captures life and the messages express the stories behind it. Stories we can all relate to and messages we all shares.
Reading those words somehow felt that the author took the words out of my soul and put it on paper. As if he really knew me so well, like a bestfriend I always wanted to have and he easily put into words all I wanted to say. There are so many quotations from the book that I can relate to, words that triggered memories from the past and give a glimpse of a bright future. It is like peeking into my diary and reading all the words I am silently keeping or letters I never send. It tells my story and everyone’s stories too.
There is one particular part of the book that makes me teary because the photo and the message really hit me. It reminds me of one of the place I visit in Taipei though it’s not exactly the same place it reminds me of my stay there. Of all the places I visited so far, Taiwan is the most memorable not only because that’s my first out of the country trip but also because of the experiences it gives me. In my eight days of stay there I experience the ups and down of life. I went through different emotions while I’m there. The experiences and adventures gives me not just memories but also molds me to be a better person. Reminding me those moments somehow resurrect me again to my soul. It reminds me of the people I love and care, people I lost and things that really matters in life.
I Wrote This For You is such a short read but the words it delivers expand beyond the pages. The messages are bleak, hopeful, real, and poignant. Add the mysterious and daunting photos, this book is written for you and only you by someone who dares to show how much you matter in this world and reminds you that there is someone who cares and life has meaning.
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Long before Blonde , or even before Frank Ocean started to earn notice for his work with the rap collective Odd Future, he was working as a professional songwriter in L. Much of the material Ocean wrote during this period, including his versions of Brandy's "Scared and Beautiful" and John Legend's "Quickly," eventually found its way online in a release titled The Lonny Breaux Collection. Several of these songs, especially collaborations with the production duo Midi Mafia, are still among Ocean's strongest records: "Miss You So," which Conor Maynard later released, and "No Bonnie" rival the intense yearning of his best solo tracks. These days, he seems to write less for other artists, though he made an exception to help James Blake with The Colour in Anything earlier this year. Below we round up some of Ocean's notable writing credits. Legend recorded an Ocean co-write on his third album, Evolver.
The song was written by Ocean and produced by Shea Taylor. Originally to be featured on Bridget Kelly 's debut album, Ocean released his original version of the track for free on his Tumblr account in In May , the song was officially sent to radio and released on iTunes as a single by Ocean. Kelly would later release her own version of the track entitled "Thinking Bout Forever". Lyrically, the track is about a relationship just out of his reach and the turmoil that ensues. The track also explores feelings of regret and heartbreak.
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The Merseyside singer-songwriter has reimagined last year's 'Yawn' as a collection of heartbreaking piano tracks. NME chatted to the singer-songwriter about the new record, his love of drag, working with Arctic Monkeys and not envying The When you split up with someone, you do miss them, but what you really miss is the validation that you got from them. That was never something I ever wanted to engage in. All of whom want to be seen and appreciated but have different ways of expressing it. And if anything I think drag has dated better and done more for the world.