1997 - Since My House Burned Down I Now Own A Better View Of The Rising Moon (CD, Album)

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  1. The Rising of the Moon is a politically motivated one-act play. It is political in its theme. Perhaps it was written by Lady Gregory with a view to propagate sentiments of political independence. By the time Lady Gregory wrote this play, Ireland was still under the direct rule of England.
  2. Feb 06,  · This video, from the Kurdistan Planetarium in the U.K., shows the sun rising as seen from the moon's surface and setting two weeks later. See it here.
  3. This is 's debut album. CD is housed in a standard jewelcase. Tracks , & 7 are re-recorded versions from their self-released EP "The Roads You Can Take" The title of the album comes from a haiku by Masahide: Since my house burned down, I now own a better view Of the rising moon/5(3).
  4. Jun 13,  · Song 5/14 on Walk the Moon's first album, The Other Side: B-Sides and Rarities. Oh! Ooooooooooooooooooh Ooooooooooooooooooh Ooooooooooooooooooh I went to the house In the valley of doubt, And then the sun came out. I burnt the building down. I burned it to the ground, And then they put me down on these walls of shame. And then I rubbed it out.
  5. Chinese Proverbs My barn having burned to the ground, I can now see the moon. My Account Help: Add the "Dynamic Daily Quotation" to Your Site or Blog - it's Easy! Quotations: “Failure is not falling down but refusing to get up. “Deal with the faults of others as gently as with your own.
  6. Jul 23,  · "The Rising of the Moon" is a traditional Irish folk song that was written in the mids and tells a story about the liaslisansoapaliconteollevcagelca.co words were penned by John Keegan Casey, a poet who was an activist with the Fenian movement, which sought to liberate Ireland in a failed uprising in March of It's believed that he wrote the lyrics to help inspire fervor in the uprising, similar.
  7. Mar 11,  · On the rising of the moon, I believe this is the rising from oppression from British rule. The ragged man at the end of the play tells the Sargent, "Maybe I'll be able to do as much for you when the small rise up and the big fall down when we all change places at the rising of the moon.
  8. “Since my house burned down. I now own a better view. of the rising moon.” – Masahide. Mizuta Masahide was a Japanese poet and samurai who wrote this simple haiku in after his house burned down. I heard it years ago and try to remember it from time to time with things go awry.

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