Wednesday, 5 November 2014

The Loneliness And The Scream

Can you hear the road from this place?
can you hear footsteps? voices?
can you see the blood on my sleeve?
I have fallen in the forest.
did you hear me?

in the loneliness?
oh, the loneliness
and the scream to prove
to everyone
that I exist

in the loneliness
oh, the loneliness
and the scream to bring
the blood to the front of my face again

am I here? of course I am, yes
all I need is your hand
to drag me out again
it wasn't me,
I didn't dig this ditch
I was walking for weeks
before I fell in

to the loneliness
oh, the loneliness
and the scream to prove
to everyone
that I exist

in the loneliness
oh, the loneliness
and the scream to fill
a thousand black
balloons with air

fall down, find god
just to lose it again
glue the community together
we were hammering it

fell down, found love
but I can to lose it again
but now our communal heart
it beats miles from here

Wednesday, 6 March 2013


Enchant is an American progressive rock band, formed in 1989. Their music is characterized by ambitious lyrics and melodies along with harmonic experimentation. Enchant's origins reach back to the end of the 1980s but the actual launch only comes when Steve Rothery became aware of this new band; he helped produce A Blueprint of the World in England in 1993, and he also joined in as a guest musician. The rights for this debut album had previously secured a small German label. In the same year the first tour on Europe followed.

Wounded helped them to allure many new fans. Time Lost was released for a tour with Dream Theater. It had four new tracks and previously unreleased material. Break was promoted live on stage with Spock's Beard and later with Marillion. Juggling 9 Or Dropping 10, Blink of an Eye and Tug of War reinforced their status as a serious band.[citation needed] These albums also have opened the band's road for touring in Germany together with Spock's Beard and the California Guitar Trio. Their live album, Live at Last was released as a double CD and a double DVD set also.

Friday, 11 May 2012


Euphorbiaceae, the Spurge family are a large family of flowering plants with 300 genera and around 7,500 species. Most are herbs, but some, especially in the tropics, are also shrubs or trees. Some are succulent and resemble cacti.
This family occurs mainly in the tropics, with the majority of the species in the Indo-Malayan region and tropical America a good second. There is a large variety in tropical Africa, but it is not as abundant or varied as in these two other tropical regions. However, Euphorbia also has many species in non-tropical areas such as the Mediterranean Basin, the Middle East, South Africa, and southern USA.

The leaves are alternate, seldom opposite, with stipules. They are mainly simple, but where compound, are always palmate, never pinnate. Stipules may be reduced to hairs, glands, or spines, or in succulent species are sometimes absent.

The radially symmetrical flowers are unisexual, with the male and the female flowers usually occurring on the same plant. As can be expected from such a large family, there is a wide variety in the structure of the flowers. They can be monoecious or dioecious. The stamens (the male organs) can number from 1 to 10 (or even more). The female flowers are hypogynous, that is, with a superior ovary.

Wednesday, 21 September 2011


Common causes

People can experience loneliness for many reasons and many life events are associated with it, like the lack of friendship relations during childhood and adolescence, or the physical absence of meaningful people around a person are a few causes for loneliness. At the same time, loneliness may be a symptom of another social or psychological problem, such as chronic depression.

Many people experience loneliness for the first time when they are left alone as infants. It is also a very common, though normally temporary, consequence of a breakup, divorce, or loss of any important long-term relationship. In these cases, it may stem both from the loss of a specific person and from the withdrawal from social circles caused by the event or the associated sadness.

The loss of a significant person in one's life will typically initiate a grief response; in this situation, one might feel lonely, even while in the company of others. Loneliness may also occur after the birth of a child (often expressed in postpartum depression), after marriage, or following any other socially disruptive event, such as moving from one's home town into an unfamiliar community leading to homesickness. Loneliness can occur within unstable marriages or other close relationships in a similar nature, in which feelings present may include anger or resentment, or in which the feeling of love cannot be given or received. Loneliness may represent a dysfunction of communication, and can also result from places with low population densities in which there are comparatively few people to interact with. Loneliness can also be seen as a social phenomenon, capable of spreading like a disease. Learning to cope with changes in life patterns is essential in overcoming loneliness.
A twin study found evidence that genetics account for approximately half of the measurable differences in loneliness among adults, which was similar to the heritability estimates found previously in children. These genes operate in a similar manner in males and females. The study found no common environmental contributions to adult loneliness.

Enforced loneliness has been a punishment method throughout history.