Politics & Poetry
There would never be another Golden Age
Celine. 20. Writer. Seattle. Kennedy Enthusiast. And in the process of writing a novel and screenplay, in which this blog is dedicated to, as well as Camelot memories of an era lost.
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Lorna Luft, on her mother, Judy Garland.Me and My Shadows: A Family Memoir

    Lorna Luft, on her mother, Judy Garland.
    Me and My Shadows: A Family Memoir

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  • thosekennedys:

January 20, 1961:  A cat watches the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy on television.

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    January 20, 1961:  A cat watches the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy on television.

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"I take tremendous pride in my father’s eloquence. And I think that’s really what made his legacy so inspiring nearly 50 years later." -Caroline Kennedy on her father’s impact as a public speaker

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    "I take tremendous pride in my father’s eloquence. And I think that’s really what made his legacy so inspiring nearly 50 years later." -Caroline Kennedy on her father’s impact as a public speaker

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Robert F. Kennedy, To Seek A Newer World.

    Robert F. Kennedy, To Seek A Newer World.

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  • Anonymous soul:

    who are you closest to on here?

    Within this little area of Tumblr, I speak to a few of them, maybe not as often one would say you should to consider being close, but I truly love them all and we check up on each other every now and then: mrs-kennedy-and-me, kennedys-obsession, h0ard3r, robertfrancisk, america-runs-on-kennedy :)

    If you’re not following them, do so, they’re all wonderfully passionate about the Kennedys and their legacy.

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  • Anonymous soul:

    By quoting their words, you make their ideas known to such a different era.

    I wish more people knew about their words. I wish they taught this in school. Especially Robert Kennedy’s words. He was such a visionary, and understood the power of poetry and the public service (like his brother before him). There was so much good there, things would be so different now had they not been taken.

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  • Anonymous soul:

    Have you made any videos as of late?

    I HAVE!!! I keep forgetting to upload it, goodness. I will eventually :)

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  • teddyknowsbest:

    In Memoriam

    Edward Moore Kennedy

    February 22, 1932 - August 25, 2009

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  • Too often we honor swagger and bluster and the wielders of force; too often we excuse those who are willing to build their own lives on the shattered dreams of others. Some Americans who preach nonviolence abroad fail to practice it here at home. Some who accuse others of inciting riots have by their own conduct invited them. Some look for scapegoats, others look for conspiracies, but this much is clear; violence breeds violence, repression brings retaliation, and only a cleaning of our whole society can remove this sickness from our soul.
    Robert F. Kennedy, April 5, 1968.    
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