EMILIE AUTUMN YOUR SUGAR SITS UNTOUCHED PDF
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Always, she has this ugly tendency to fake a more intellectual accent utnouched is so irritating, I had to listen to this record in six parts to complete it.
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The poems are written by Emilie Autumn between the ages of 13 and 18, so some poems are obviously beginner-poems, but mostly it’s a genius work of art, which I can often relate to, just like her music. Not much into poetry but just love emilie not matter what she does my Absloute favorite tho has to be ghost, it’s just so beautiful.
Feb 05, Ilse rated it did not like it Shelves: Apr 15, Emm – Stories for Ghouls rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Have you read Rimbaud and seen how sygar he was when he wrote his masterworks?
Upon the release of her Shakespearean-themed concept album, Opheliac, Emilie found herself an overnight star in Germany’s industrial rock scene, and began touring extensively.
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The whole performance of the poetry in this is also forced and dry. She forces rhymes where the poem would be very lovely without rhyme. Jun 19, Ashley Clark rated it it was amazing. I thought as she aged and grew, her skills would grow and this would die off. Nov 17, Amber rated it it was ok. There have been poets younger who have written masterpieces.
Love to get into it and try to analyse them sorry, can’t help emille, even though it isn’t necessarily good because we should autumb and avoid dissecting the precious works of writers.
The recording is really well done and the accompanying music goes so well with it, contributing to the poetry but never overwhelming it.
She just got boring, stuck in her ways, parroting, angsty and money and fame hungry after that which has made her “art” kind of fake. And of course, poetry is so subjective, what I think is immature and cheesy might be what someone else finds beautiful, and vice versa.
The music is also boring that accompanies the words, all the same chords, different sequence, and all the same sounds. It was bad poetry, not quite as bad as ex-boyfriend corgans I don’t know who else to compare it too but it wasn’t good either. To view it, emili here.
Also, not to get too nit-picky, her sonnets aren’t really sonnets. I listened to Emilie’s voice this time and I still like her teatime poetry. It wasn’t until anyone really heard it because that was when it was released digitally. I tried to listen to the audio while reading along, but I stopped after five poems as Emilie’s voice got annoying and it was incredibly unclear what she was trying to say yes, even though I had the text right before me Though I can’t really say I had expected much of these poems in the first place.
I am no good with poetry and I’m not a fan of hers. Contrary to what English classes will have you believe, most artists don’t intend their hour to be hyper-analyzed, anyway.
I just don’t care for poetry, personally. The truth is, though, a lot of these poems are mediocre, and some are just a bit not good I hesitate to say badbut The poems were from a paperback book published in calle I was brought this as a mother’s day present and FLAG on iTunes as well as a physical copy of her book from her website. At least if the poems were left as the paperback book of across the sky and we’re themselves untouched in future, that way I could ignore the ugly accent she tends to put on to make her sound more intellectual and the lack of feeling she seems to have for her own words.
The poems were from a paperback book published in called “across the sky. The other thing that makes it hard to listen is the American trying to sound British, the British don’t speak the queens English, we all have our own accents why isn’t this in Liverpudlian?
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Published by The Asylum Emporium first published Dec sist, Zsofi rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Books by Emilie Autumn. Feb 12, Alex Martinez rated it it was amazing Shelves: A lot of these poems were written in the Enchant -era of Emilie’s career where she was heavily inspired by Shakespeare, Elizabethans and medieval faerietales. The writing in ‘s enchant was whimsical and fresh, the few poems on this release taken from ‘s across the sky and other poems, written in her early-mid twenties, at age twenty four, not teens as also wrongly advertised by the author, who states her spoken word to have been performed earlier and by a ballet company I see no evidence where, and so, feel it must just be another lie to try and impress.