Rhapsody (Awakenings Book 2)

Rhapsody (Awakenings Book 2)

Status: Finished

Genre: Romance

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Status: Finished

Genre: Romance

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Cian's version of "the awakening". A rhapsody is a one-movement work that is episodic yet integrated, free-flowing in structure, featuring a range of highly contrasted moods, colour and tonality. an air of spontaneous inspiration and a sense of improvisation make it freer in form than a set of variations. Pronunciation and meanings of the Irish words: Aoife- ‘Ee-fa’ Breandan- ‘Brendon’ Cian- ‘Key-an’ Daideó- ‘dadj yoh’ grandpa Eoin- ‘Oh in’ Áilleacht- ‘awl-yukht’ beauty Mhamó- ‘mum oh’ grandma Chuisle- ‘koo-shla’ a romantic term, literally means pulse Eejit- ‘ee-jit’ foolish person Gobdaw- ‘gob-da’ idiot Leanbh- ‘l-yon-ov’ my child Muppet- dummy Nollaig Shona- ‘Nul eek hon a’ merry Christmas. Pissing-raining Póg mo thoin- ‘pog ma hone’ kiss my ass “You’ve got a face on you like a well slapped backside”-angry Wagon- An overbearing, contrary and unattractive woman

Summary

Cian's version of "the awakening".

A rhapsody is a one-movement work that is episodic yet integrated, free-flowing in structure, featuring a range of highly contrasted moods, colour and tonality. an air of spontaneous inspiration and a sense of improvisation make it freer in form than a set of variations.

Pronunciation and meanings of the Irish words:
Aoife- ‘Ee-fa’
Breandan- ‘Brendon’
Cian- ‘Key-an’
Daideó- ‘dadj yoh’ grandpa
Eoin- ‘Oh in’
Áilleacht- ‘awl-yukht’ beauty
Mhamó- ‘mum oh’ grandma
Chuisle- ‘koo-shla’ a romantic term, literally means pulse
Eejit- ‘ee-jit’ foolish person
Gobdaw- ‘gob-da’ idiot
Leanbh- ‘l-yon-ov’ my child
Muppet- dummy
Nollaig Shona- ‘Nul eek hon a’ merry Christmas.
Pissing-raining
Póg mo thoin- ‘pog ma hone’ kiss my ass
“You’ve got a face on you like a well slapped backside”-angry
Wagon- An overbearing, contrary and unattractive woman

Prolog (v.3) - Intro

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Submitted: July 25, 2017

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My girl loves words.  She loves looking through the dictionary to find new words.  There are always words going through her mind, distracting her, keeping her awake.  In the moment words overwhelm her and she fumbles through them, but when she puts a pen to paper, they form perfectly to share new worlds and intense affairs.

When Margo told me she wanted to write our story, I fully supported her.  I knew how anxious she could get when the words in her mind wouldn’t stop hounding her.  I was completely unprepared when I actually read what she wrote.  I realized was how much Margo loves me.  Reading her thoughts and feelings gave me new insight into her mind.  I wanted her to experience the same elation I did.

I decided to sit down and write my side of our story.  So much of her story I knew, obviously, but there were so many events, thoughts, and feelings that I hadn’t known about.  I knew it would be similar when she read my story and I wanted to give her that.

 

 

 

 


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