pachelbel: *writes a canon*

tchaicovsky: *writes a cannon*

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[miri]

keeping it all together with one bobby pin

 

[she/they/potato] [homo cynicus]

 

forum floober goddess  procrastinator supreme  ever so slightly mad

the early bird ate too many worms and died.

I always feel weird saying I "love" dead historical people, because for all I know they were terrible people, but I'm gonna say it anyway: I love Tchaikovsky so much,,

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Clever, A Very Clever Guy

he/himintj-a extravagant nerd

loves that razzle dazzle aesthetic ☆

the city's sixth most important financial adviser

☆ #RedInstead ☆

That pun. Was beautiful.

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Ello, call me Opal, please!

Qibliwatcher forever

 

Proud Christian!!!

Wolves are carnivorous and dangerous creatures. Copy and paste if you agree.

Current Favorite Song: Hills and Valleys

Ask me about my synesthesia!

Mutant and Proud

CLASSICAL MUSIC

I

LOVE

IT

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BIXBITE

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SAMB story /322128

Write down my poems for the few

That looked at me, took to me,

shook to me, feeling me

Singing from heartache from the pain

Speaking my lesson from the brain

Seeing the beauty through the

pain

That pun was indeed beautiful.

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Nevermore

I am:

An unwanted

 

 A Special

Asexual

Freezyoubrain

 

Queen of horror stories & teller of morbid jokes

 

Proud Slytherin

 

"Fools who run their mouths off wind up dead."

 

"And Montrasaur is like DUDE INDEED"-Red

 Valar Doheris

 

 

 

 

 

 

@Clever, so do I. or, since there's no knowing what kind of person he was, I love nearly all the music he's composed so very much

also, random fact, he had a younger brother named Modest

how great is that?

 

@Bixbite, classical is one of the best genres out there :D

funnily enough, I grew up playing it but never really saw the true beauty of it until eight-year-old me discovered the 1812 Overture

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[miri]

keeping it all together with one bobby pin

 

[she/they/potato] [homo cynicus]

 

forum floober goddess  procrastinator supreme  ever so slightly mad

the early bird ate too many worms and died.