Life IS an Oxymoron!

Don’t YOU think so? Hell, looks like my topics to write come up only through conversations, as is this one…!

Yeah, I do believe that Life is just another oxymoron- its good & bad, twisted & smooth, bitter & sweet, soft & hard, sad & happy etc., etc.,  one thing’s for sure though (considering my regular conclusion) – we are all morons! 😛

Well, was listening to the band Children of Bodom and was talking to a friend when this topic came up.. and yeah, COB! after a long time listening to them was one good feeling. The band’s name by the way is inspired by a river named – “Bodom” where some children died under mysterious circumstances- and well these guys pretty unabashedly fronted by Mr. Alexi- do create a very tight aura of blasting guitars, bloody blackened and commercial at that. “Angels Don’t Kill” – listen to it! Just because I was listening to it when I am typing this !haha”hail metal forever”haha!

So, if life’s an oxymoron- what’s death? No clue..! mebbe something more simple than life eh? Anyways.. it’s good that this ‘oxymoron’ is quite funny most of the times, depends on how one looks at it though.. as an oxymoron, is something to be laughed at or is something a little non-straightforward.. so is life- so we should just let it be and not fret much about it… I Think!

Now Go Listen To Some Metal!


One Response to “Life IS an Oxymoron!”

  1. Well, won’t comment on your post, but on the ingenious gentlemen you’ve interspersed in the post – metal men. What’s it about the inglorious blasters that’s so damn captivating? While the legends of rock live among the clouds, the legions of metal enthrall the crowds. Not any crowds, metal-heads to be specific.

    And how (thanks to the names and the music and lyrics) metal is accredited to Sodom – hail Children of Bodom.

    What’s that pic? The oxymoron called life? There I go talking about your post, despite havin said I won’t! That’s a bloody oxymoron in itself. And yer right about life being twisted, complicated and enigmatic (you missed that word, though) and death is so much more simplistic. Of course, as long it’s the death of say, an enemy – “If there’s justice on Earth, nothing forbids me to take their lives. And for all goodness on Earth let all my enemies die” (Let all my enemies die: Morbid Victory – Symphonic Black Metal).

    In metal we trust.

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