‘When the violence causes silence, we must be mistaken’
Ode to Dolores O’Riordian
‘Another head hangs lowly’
As sadly, the news is breaking slowly…
Why is it that when our talented stars die?
Suddenly their life and songs become popular, I’d like to know why?
Dolores’ promoters and publicists,
Making another fortune from her famous hits!
Watch out for the media frenzy and glory, …
Breaking, new angles to her story!
Gossip here and chatter there,
So many rumours are in the air.
Her family, would be devastated enough
Without hearing nattering and guff, guff, guff.
Dear Dolores sang her pure heart out,
Helping others, lost and wandering about.
When emotional difficulties came along,
We’d take time out to listen to the words of her songs.
Feeling comforted, in knowing, that we weren’t the only ‘one’s.
Hints that Dolores had been struggling, with a ‘bi polar’ condition;
Although her songs prove that she had logic and rational vision.
What is it they’re trying to say?
That she had a twisted mind in some unfortunate way?
That will help and assist the medics, society and media,
Just put another gifted star passing over ’allegedly’ written in history as; ‘mental health hysteria.’
Another head hangs lowly,
knowing, that she has died.
How many more heroes will we lose to the other side?
BREAKING NEWS: ANOTHER STAR… tragically found dead.
Only ’46’ but ‘No explanation at this stage’ is what that they’ve all said…
Well, I’ll just nod, wink and hint towards those medical conditions,
Bi Polar and back disorders… what MEDICATIONS were given?
Like-minded people are drawn together, but sadly with Dolores gone,
All that we have left are her memories and lyrics of her songs.
Thank you dear Dolores for helping me, cope my tough times through,
Your thrilling voice and Ode’s… ‘Du, du, du, du’
Victoria Healing ~ 16.1.2018
Ode ~ Too impossible to ignore ~ Hey Momma …
Because I couldn’t let today go, without thanking you and just saying… ‘I wouldn’t disagree’ ~ ‘you gave all you could’
Dolores O’Riordan began singing when she was just 5 years old, and
by the time she was a tween, she was writing...
Zombie by The Cranberries Songfacts. This was inspired by the IRA bombing in Warrington, Cheshire, England on March 20, 1993. Two children, Jonathan Ball and Tim Parry, were killed. The IRA (Irish Republican Army) is a militant group that was determined to remove British troops from Northern Ireland.
History shows that this idea dates back to the 8th century. The word ‘zombie‘ is said to have come from nzambi, which in Kongo means ‘spirit of a dead person’, or zonbi, used in the Louisiana Creole or the Haitian Creole that represents a person who died and was then brought to life without speech or free will.Apr 25, 2013
Sweet Dreams Dolores O’Riordan in #Limerick