Lorde Reflects In 2014 Tumblr Post: Lonely, Happy, Feeling Like Sh*t

Lorde Reflects In 2014 Tumblr Post: Lonely, Happy, Feeling Like Sh*t

Leave it to Lorde to be so transparent and poignant. The young pop-star, took time this week to reflect on 2014 in a Tumblr post, where she talked about feeling lonely, happy, like Sh*t and at times, “pure heaven”.

In a fashion expected from a young adult female still in her teens, Lorde expressed a whole list of experiences, encounters, emotions and joys, that came from a year that started out being hardly known, to becoming a household name.

Lorde In Bed Sick

Lorde posted this pic after having to cancel concerts for being ill in 2014. ©Instagram/Lorde

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The New Zealand born singer/songwriter has been open about her feelings of both the world of music and entertainment as a whole, over the course of her yet short career. Earlier in the year she used her Twitter account to encourage girls to accept the flaws that come with being human, after she noticed her own image had been photo-shopped. In her new year reflection on Tumblr, she was just as forthright concerning the fickleness of celebrity, sharing “it was the year of people talking trash, a hundred empty compliments… and crying alone in hotels while the sun came up”.

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Not to wallow in just the low points of the year, the “Royals” singer also spent time sharing the positives that have come with her success. Lorde wrote, “it was the year of peering through windows into beautiful rooms, and realizing as the year slipped away that i was in that room now, not looking in…it was back entrances and superstars and hotel floors just for us“.

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©Fameflynet

Check out Lorde’s entire new year reflection from her Tumblr account below titled, ’14:

this year was lying on my back, in a pool in rome on my lunch break

it was walking through glasgow late, treading the same loop of worn stones, hearing a busker sing royals and being sure i was dreaming

it was stumbling through paris at 5am, too time-twisted to sleep. it was creeping through palais de tokyo, trying not to wake up people in sleeping bags

it was the year of peering through windows into beautiful rooms, and realizing as the year slipped away that i was in that room now, not looking in

it was crying alone in hotels while the sun came up

it was the year of people talking trash, a hundred empty compliments. it was the year of genuine love

it was rushing in a car through the mexico dusk to a private plane, to a stage with some heroes on it

it was being rushed through the night in dozens of cars, sometimes lonely, or so, so happy

it was back entrances and superstars and hotel floors just for us

it was tumbling out of a party with a light-up floor in los angeles, the night my life changed

it was jumping off bully point

it was shucking scallops with my parents, and walking in the wilderness, watching water trickle down a cliff through succulents and ferns

it was driving through paris to a festival into brilliant green leaves all around, and videoing it on my phone

it was being pulled up on a stage in the desert, dancing, watching my friends and the lights
it was performing on that same stage, hearing the voices

it was all the stages we played, a hundred crowds, a thousand moments of reaching out, and how it was religion

it was the year of setting alarms for times i didn’t think imaginable, 3am, 4am. it was sleeping on command and jerking awake, upright

it was feeling like shit
it was feeling like pure heaven

it was the backs and sides and fronts of theatres, venues, streets, holding hands and kissing cheeks and talking for hours

it was loving you.

thankyou for this, this year of my life. i’m gonna play it on a loop in my head forever. i’ll see you on the other side. xoxo (©Lorde)

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