Thursday, June 25, 2009
Michael Jackson was too miraculous for this world - he suffered from a neverending conflict of all his genius flow and deep love and need for love meeting the ignorance and restrictiveness (and parental and tabloid cruelty) of today's culture, which created all kinds of problems in his psyche that became reflected in the obsessive surgical work he had done on his face, as well as his strange ways. This kind of destruction of a beautiful talented soul has not been an uncommon fate for geniuses and divinely inspired artists throughout history.
"But I could have told you Vincent (Van Gogh),
this world was never meant for one as beautiful as you."
- Don McLean