17 - January 9, 1987
Brooklyn, New York
5'7 and 115 lbs.
I'm leaning towards... similiar interests?
yoga, sleeping, taking long strolls, talking [I'm very loquacious,] reading, listening to music, folk dancing, lounging, observing people, peering into small, interesting looking stores, and the like...
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Bauhaus, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Sisters of Mercy, The Cult, The Cure, Tragic Black, Bella Morte, INXS, The Human League, David Bowie, Peter Murphy, Terminus, Human Drama, Rasputina, Unto Ashes, Black Tape for a Blue Girl, Trance to the Sun, Dead Poets Society, The Razor Skyline, The Birthday Massacre, Chiasm, Abney Park, Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Chopin, and since my parents have been constantly "trying" to cultivate me since a young age... various types of opera music.
A Beautiful Mind, The Hours, The Pianist, One of the Hollywood Ten, Excalibur, The Lord of the Rings, Shadow of the Vampire, Black Sabbath, Waking Life, Nosferatu, Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, and as much as I hate to admit it I love science fiction so Star Wars and Star Trek movies and as well as the original Star Trek TV show. Also The Munsters?
This is where it gets complicated... Sylvia Plath [I have a very odd infatuation with not just her writing, but her as a person,] Anne Sexton [I believe she's largely under-rated,] Lord Byron, Alfred Lord Tennyson, P.B. Shelley, Oscar Wilde, John Keats, John Donne, William Blake, William Shakespeare, Hermann Hesse, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Edgar Allan Poe, Virginia Woolf, etc...
I am very much against organized-religion, although I am somewhat religious. I am religious in the sense that religion has always been a life-long concern for me, but I do not pray much, nor do I read the Bible or Torah, nor do I celebrate most religious holidays. After all, religion was made to control people's actions and ideas. I disagree with that. The only religions I think deserve some praise are Buddhism and Hinduism. Christianity, Judaism and Islamic religions have shed too much blood for me to rightfully call them "peaceful." Never was man more eager to slaughter than when under God's name.
This question needs a little more elaboration, but okay... Many would say the term "Goth" has to do with the beauty in darkness, or the appreciation of the beauty of the night. I agree, but I think it has more to do with the CONCEPT of light and dark. But then again, what do I know?
I idolize Sylvia Plath. Enough said.
Don't laugh. I was being over-dramatic just for the hell of it.
And this is the most recent one I could find.