I promise you, this will not make the slightest bit of sense whatsoever. May or may not have accidentally fallen head over heels for a certain detective born in 1950...
an alternate reality
lieutenant-morse said: Nope nope, I meant yes, you’re gorgeous! Cutie pie, haha!
^.^ Oh, you boys.
lieutenant-morse said: 30,35: my inbox is ever open, love; feel free to vent or just start up a conversation if you’re feeling down. 36: I would love for you to recommend some good classical music/opera! I love Bach, and I’ve listened to a bit of Gluck.
Thank you very much, dear <3 Unfortunately, like Morse, I tend to have a hard time talking about my problems and inner feelings aloud.
Oh, where do I even begin… Bach is a genius. Urr.. Chopin, definitely. Debussy, Beethoven, Stravinsky, Handel, Schubert… Mozart, who not only composed many classic pieces we’re familiar with today but also wrote some operas as well.
Bizet, (among other things, writer of Carmen) who I’m growing extremely fond of. Verdi and Puccini are some of the most famous names in opera compositions, which is well deserved.
For instance, Un Bel Di Vedremo (the piece sung in the Endeavour pilot by his idol) is from Madama Butterfly by Puccini. A beautiful, tragic piece all around. Puccini is also the writer of Tosca and Turandot.
Let’s see… Delibes, Rossini, Gounod, Mascagni, Bellini, Tchaikovsky, Wagner…
There are just… so many amazing composers out there and the pieces they created, I recommend digging through all of them. And there’s plenty you can find out about on the Internet.
lieutenant-morse said: Isn’t it just so freaking difficult to not become just like him? I like crosswords now. And opera. Furthermore, I push my glasses up like DeBryn, count in ‘pink elephant’s, and shorten idioms. “Needs must.” “Bird in.” “Have a shufti.”
See, I was rather like him before Endeavour existed. Before I really even got into the Inspector Morse series and had any idea who Endeavour Morse was. Then I started getting deep in and Endeavour came along and it was all… OH MY GOD HE IS MY SOULMATE I AM NOT ALONE PRAISE THE LORD.
I’ve preferred listening to oldies and classical music over anything for ages. I’ve enjoyed reading classic literature much more than any book I’ve ever read because the language and the writers are just so singular and wonderful. Not much of a TV and film watcher, but very selective about the few I do watch.
I’ve always been a vintage lover. And I’ve been at crosswords for quite a while, I managed to finish a book of 100.
I’m the type who thinks, as he does, very deeply about things. Broody. Darker elements have played in my life and they mold me into what I am. Most times trying to act like things are lighter than they are.
I have lived Morse and now that I know him, have found relief in someone I can relate to more than I have with any other person. (Which is why I also find remarkable ease in having RPed him off Tumblr.)
Now I’ve just got to keep myself from talking similarly to him in normal circumstances :’)
lieutenant-morse said: WHOO! I want to cosplay! You’re so pretty!
OH MY I AM BLUSHING TO THE MOON AND BACK *—-* Nononononononononononon eep
They can be loyal
or they can be firce
How can you not love dragons?
They are like huge cats
YASYASYASYASYASYASYASYAYSSAYSAYASYYAS DIS ME!