Friday, June 26, 2009

King of Pop, no more

Yesterday I lost another "one of my legendary characters". I have few favourite entertainers, namely; Bruce Lee, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Michel Joseph Jackson, Dr. Dre, Eminem and few others. But among them, there are very few who I call " A Legend". Bruce Lee was a legend. And Michel Jackson.

I still remember when I was 8,9 years old I didn't know that was MJ who dance like that, sing like that, but I liked the moves he make and the accent. I started to immitate him by wearing cloths like him and shout "aauww" like him. As I grow with the time, finally I managed to catch the moon walk and some other dancing movements he made by watching his videos. I started to collect the lyrics, CDs and sang alone with the CD. No one told me he's the king of pop but he was a king to me. No one told me nor I didn't have Internet or Sat TV to get to know about his unmatched skills, but I thought to my self no one in this earth can do break dance as he does. Finally today he leaves at his 50th year of life, leving my childhood memories with me.

Dear Michel Jackson, you were the hero of dance world to me. And you'll always be in my heart till I die.

"There's a place in your heart
And I know that it is love
And this place could be much brighter than tomorrow
And if you really try
You'll find there's no need to cry
In this place you'll feel there's no hurt or sorrow"

Dear King, thank you very much for the joy you gave me from my childhood and for the unbileiveable contribution to the music world and for helping many of the helpless people in the world.

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