"Down in the Willow Garden", also known as "Rose Connelly" is a traditional Appalachian murder ballad about a man facing the gallows for the murder of his lover: he gave her poisoned wine, stabbed her, and threw her in a river. It originated in the 19th century, probably in Ireland, before becoming established in the United States.
"Down in the willow garden, me and my love did meet And as we sat a-courting, my love fell off to sleep I had a bottle of burgundy wine; my love, she did not know And so I poisoned that dear little girl along the banks below Along the banks below I drew my saber through her; it was a bloody night I threw her in the river, which was a dreadful sight My father often told me that money would set me free And so I murdered that dear little girl whose name was Rose Connelly Whose name was Rose Connelly My father sits at his cabin door wiping his tear-dimmed eyes His only son soon should walk to yonder scaffold high My race is run beneath the sun; the …
sa stii clar si sa poti delimita ceea ce iti place de ceea ce nuti place.
sa constientizezi ceea ce iti este interesant si ceea ce nuti este interesant.
problema e ca nu am convingeri, dar ce inseamna "convingere"
=Părere fermă asupra unui lucru. pai iata n-o am. si se poate de vorbit ore in sir despre asta, dar intrebarea e una: = de ce? Probabil se trage inca de la Meursault si timpul cand ma simteam atat de bine in pielea lui si eram atat de sincer si eram transparent... Si ca si acum: lumea se impartea in cei care ma urasc si cei care ma iubesc, in esenta nimic si nimeni nu s-a schimbat. Inafara de mine. Curg ca un rau. Ma imbrac si ma dezbrac ca un pom. Dati-mi indiferenta inapoi!