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Remembering Prince: 5 Love Lessons Learned From 'The Purple One'

On April 21, 2016, the world changed forever. Prince reportedly died of an accidental overdose of fentanyl at 57.

Today he would’ve been 59. And while he’s no longer with us in physical form, his music is absolutely timeless. 948 more words

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Remembering Prince

By Brooke Vega
Music Journalist

On this day, fifty-nine years ago, Prince Rogers Nelson was born. Though it has already been a little over a year, the Purple One was taken way too soon on April 21, 2016. 569 more words

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The Day It Snowed In April: A Trbute to Prince

April 21, 2016, The world received the unexpected news that shocked the fans of Prince Nelson Rogers. As a Prince fan, I was in denial that he was no longer among the living. 512 more words

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Prince, Was That U in St. Charles This Past Weekend?

Prince, Was That U in St. Charles This Past Weekend?
By Jaime Lees
Wed, May 17, 2017

Hey, Prince. We miss U, your Purpleness. U wouldn’t believe what’s been happening since U returned to your home planet. 198 more words

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One Year After Losing Prince

Yesterday was one year to the day of the death of one of the greatest entertainers that this world will ever know and the greatest genius of this time in my opinion. 130 more words

Purple Forever

I was preparing to buy groceries when the news came in. Prince is gone at age 57. Think tender and brash, shy and overtly sexual. Think 1999, Purple Rain, Diamonds and Pearls, The Most Beautiful Girl in the World, Raspberry Beret, Little Red Corvette, … 254 more words

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litebeing reblogged this on litebeing chronicles and commented:

Here is my tribute to Prince, re published on the 1 year anniversary of his passing. As I write this, I witness another otter ( muskrat, groundhog, ??) sighting. He or she was too fast for me to capture photographically. Still cool to receive some awesome creature magick. I want to use this opportunity to briefly editorialize on the evolution of my blogging, which is very apropos for a Mercury retro cycle. Initially I thought I would write a few posts about my spiritual journey, as an English student would for a teacher. My grades would be in the form of readers and comments. At least that is how it appears looking back. 2013 was an exciting and mysterious time for me and many others. My writing flourished here, and I grew as a result, both creatively and personally. As my health began to deteriorate and my finances followed suit, my writing grew both more dark and more intimate. I let you in and shared more of my deepest fears and complicated musings. The polished writer facade became more flawed and exposed. Please be open to every aspect of my writing and try not to draw any sweeping conclusions. Existence is about context and my blog reflects that context over the dimensions of space and time. Creative types are often both tortured and brilliant simultaneously. Please enjoy my Prince post as you contemplate that paradox.

much love, Linda litebeing

Prince's Greatest Album Contained The Seeds Of His Artistic Downfall

A lot of words were thrown around to describe Prince Rogers Nelson when he passed last year. There was no one way to adequately describe someone who contained as much in his narrow frame as the diminutive funky demigod. 784 more words

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