In the winter of , shortly after Pearl Harbor was attacked, Edward Hopper began a new painting: a New York City diner at night, seen from outside, its four alienated inhabitants trapped behind a bubble of green glass. Sometimes the melancholy incumbents wear party hats; sometimes the diner floats in space. This week, a new version started circulating on social media. All the color had drained away.
How to Be Lonely
"Lonely Woman," Form Diagram
Who's that lady on her own? I wish that she would look my way She just stands there on her own A painted smile upon her face. Lonely lady dressed in blue May I have this dance with you? Let me hold you in my arms Let the music fill your heart.
What Hollywood Boulevard looks like when COVID-19 drives the tourists away
The Lonely Mountain , known in Sindarin as Erebor , referred to both a mountain in northern Rhovanion and the subterranean Dwarven city contained within it. In the latter half of the Third Age , it became the greatest city in Middle-earth. It was located northeast of Mirkwood , near the Grey Mountains , and was the source of the River Running. Durin's Folk discovered the mineral wealth of the Lonely Mountain and the colony became the ancestral home of the King under the Mountain. By TA , it had become a Dwarven stronghold, where the Dwarves became a numerous and prosperous people.
When Washington coach Scott Brooks was a player and would ask coaches about their profession, the response was always the same: It is a lonely job. Never more so than now, probably. Days are long for these guys.