Because of bloods' characteristic red color, dark red liquids are often described as "blood-red" because they are the same shade of dark red as blood often is.
love and betrayal
The lyrics to "The Ballad of John Lomas" begin with:
All good people I pray you attend
For poor John Lomas his life at an end
He was condemned to die.
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Its a "what if" song, like 'only makebelieve' in show boat. So what could happen if we were to be together.
Its like if you look at a ballad and clap along to an sort of imaginary beat in your head that you would say it along to and then count how many times you clapped on one line and then you have the rhythm!
The Ballad of Crowfoot was created in 1968.
Curtis Mayfield - Little Child Running Wild
And Blake, the much despis-ed, tore the cover off the ball;
The night before Christmas duh stuipud!
Actually, it was originally titled A Visit From St. Nicholas
yes, that is true, so before you put something a smartbutt would please think before , just saying, oh and who is stupid , its spelled stupid not stuipud ....
Ballads are poems or songs narrating a story in short stanzas. Ballads are most likely narrative story in short stanzas. A poem is a piece of writing that partakes of the nature of both speech and song, and that is usually rhythmical and metaphorical. On the other hand poems don't always have to have a rhyme scheme.
The Ballad of the Oysterman
Oliver Wendell Holmes
It was a tall young oysterman lived by the river-side,
His shop was just upon the bank, his boat was on the tide;
The daughter of a fisherman, that was so straight and slim,
Lived over on the other bank, right opposite to him.
It was the pensive oysterman that saw a lovely maid,
Upon a moonlight evening, a sitting in the shade;
He saw her wave her handkerchief, as much as if to say,
"I'm wide awake, young oysterman, and all the folks away."
Then up arose the oysterman, and to himself said he,
"I guess I'll leave the skiff at home, for fear that folks should see
I read it in the story-book, that, for to kiss his dear,
Leander swam the Hellespont,-and I will swim this here."
And he has leaped into the waves, and crossed the shining stream,
And he has clambered up the bank, all in the moonlight gleam;
Oh there were kisses sweet as dew, and words as soft as rain,-
But they have heard her father's step, and in he leaps again!
Out spoke the ancient fisherman,-"Oh, what was that, my daughter?"
"'T was nothing but a pebble, sir, I threw into the water."
"And what is that, pray tell me, love, that paddles off so fast?"
"It's nothing but a porpoise, sir, that's been a swimming past."
Out spoke the ancient fisherman,-"Now bring me my harpoon!
I'll get into my fishing-boat, and fix the fellow soon."
Down fell that pretty innocent, as falls a snow-white lamb,
Her hair drooped round her pallid cheeks, like sea-weed on a clam.
Alas for those two loving ones! she waked not from her swound,
And he was taken with the cramp, and in the waves was drowned;
But Fate has metamorphosed them, in pity of their woe,
And now they keep an oyster-shop for mermaids down below.
As my opinion, the story was entitled BALLAD OF MOTHER'S HEART because Youth the boy did what the girl tell him. I thinks that the mother sacrifices for his son to get what he want. Because the really want the girl and the only thing that the girl can agree to marry youth is to bring his mothers heart to him. I really impressed w/ the story because i have learned a lesson. And although the son get his mothers heart the mother is still concern to his son because when Youth slipped the mother ask him if he he hurt. The only thing i can say is a mothers love cannot be reach....
~AMPERIANS OF MUNSCI 08-09~
Elements of the ballad stanza include 4 lines, rhyming second and fourth lines(within an iambic trimeter), and unrhymed first and third lines (within an iambic tetrameter).
Cassie Scerbo is a well known actress. She does not give out her weight to the public. She is approximately 5 ft 2 inches in height.
John Donne used quatrains quite often. The few examples I can think of are "A Valediction: Forbidden Mourning", "The Ecstasy", "The Bait" and "The Undertaking". The most famous of these is probably Forbidden Mourning.
This poem is ironic because the child wants to go to the town for the Freedom March but her mother suggests she may go to the church to sing in the choir where it's safe. Ironically, the church is bombed that day. The poem suggests through irony that no place is safe when the minds of people are corrupt.
what is the plot of bollad of a mothers heart