I Dig Jim Morrison

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    This man is a legend. The best there is,the best there was,the best there ever will be! Epic!
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    Sep 30, 2011

    James Douglas Morrison~

    The famous & tragic frontman of the 1960's rock group, The Doors. Some thought of him as a shaman, while others thought he was as an irresponsible little punk who was always drunk & high. The movie that was directed by Oliver Stone, made him out to be someone who felt he...
    HiPpIeRoNiN HiPpIeRoNiN
    31-35, M
    6 Responses Jul 14, 2009

    American Poet

    A must read for fans of Jim Morrison, is a book titled: No One Here Gets Out Alive. I have a poster of Jim Morrison on my home office wall. He is standing shirtless and at th top it says: American Poet. *sexy* I think he was brilliant and anyone who doesn't like Horse Latitudes...
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    1 Response Aug 10, 2009

    GROUP Updates!!!

    I just wanted to thank those of you who have joined this group so far. This group is a tribute to Jim Morrison & The Doors. I've loaded up great pics of Morrison & great video's of The Doors in concert! Thanks again to all those who joined Stay ~*GrOoVy*~
    HiPpIeRoNiN HiPpIeRoNiN
    31-35, M
    5 Responses Jul 15, 2009

    I don't think Morrison really gets the credit

    he deserves for the poetic and lyrical genius that he was. Not only is he my favorite poet, he's also the reason I fell in love with poetry in the first place. I love how the Doors went back and added music to his "An American Prayer" recordings. A must have album for any fan of...
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    Feb 27, 2015

    Break On Through To The Other Side

    Actually, I have mixed feelings. I love him, I love his music (ofcorse!), I love his story. He looked like he was having so much fun, he was such a tripper and so intelligent, esspecially when he was a hard druggie. But, He was such a **** aswell, immature, selfish ****! Poor Pam...
    MushroomFaerie148 MushroomFaerie148
    26-30, F
    1 Response Jun 26, 2010

    I've read his poetry.

    I've read two biographies of him. I think he was stifled from greatness.
    Skjeggstad Skjeggstad
    22-25, F
    3 Responses Nov 25, 2014

    The American Night

    I prefer this spoken version with music.  Here is the written version: All hail the American Night! And so I say to you The silk handkerchief was embroidered in China or Japan behind the steel curtain And no one can cross the borderline w/out proper credentials. This is to...
    KlaraVoyet KlaraVoyet
    41-45, F
    Mar 1, 2013


    Morrison was really on to something with the self-interview concept (published in "Wilderness").  I'm surprised it never caught on.  Today would be a good day for this concept to take fire, with the online technology available to us, everyone seems to have a...
    UFOsR4real UFOsR4real
    41-45, M
    2 Responses Aug 10, 2009

    "no Eternal Reward...

    ...will forgive us now for wasting the dawn." Amen
    badhansel badhansel
    51-55, M
    Aug 21, 2012

    "love Cannot Save You From Your Own Fate"

    "Expose yourself to your deepest fear;after that,fear has no power,and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes.You are free." "The most important kind of freedom is to be what you really are.You trade in your reality for a role.You trade in your sense for an act.You give up...
    natdj88 natdj88
    22-25, F
    2 Responses Nov 18, 2010

    MIAMI What can I read her What can I read her

    on a Sunday Morning What can I do that will somehow reach her on a Sunday Morning I'll read her the news of The Indian Wars Full of criss-cavalry, blood & gore Stories to tame & charm...
    KlaraVoyet KlaraVoyet
    41-45, F
    Feb 24, 2014
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