Moonwalking to Heaven

This is a story I started after Michael Jackson died. The concept of it is the many influential people he runs into while adjusting to the afterlife. Also, there'll be lots about The Beatles.

He moves the temple of his body and the chimes of his ego sound in the breeze of our awe. He is on fire, is a panther in Astaire’s weightless heaven. He prowls, growls, howls. Then, suddenly, that intergalactic smile. Jesus, what a smile! He wants us for his moonbeams.

Melody Maker’s review of Michael’s Wembley Stadium appearance during his 1997 HIStory World Tour (via alchrista)

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I’ll be more active on this blog, I promise. As far as my fanfic, I think I may be done with that. All out of ideas. Thanks to the people that read and liked it.

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I’ve always wanted this logo as a tattoo and I’ll get it one day.

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michaelonthewall:

Bobby Holland photoshoots, 1980

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chaplinfortheages:

"The Cure" 1917

Mistaking a massage for a wrestling match - he calls the winner.

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littlebitsofchaplin:

Charlie Chaplin as Adenoid Hynkel in The Great Dictator (1940).
He really looks frightening in this photo - although it’s very close and the camera angle is bad. Some of the crew said when they shot the scenes with Hynkel, Chaplin became more aggressive than ever.

littlebitsofchaplin:

Charlie Chaplin as Adenoid Hynkel in The Great Dictator (1940).

He really looks frightening in this photo - although it’s very close and the camera angle is bad. Some of the crew said when they shot the scenes with Hynkel, Chaplin became more aggressive than ever.