The day you left I cried .
The day you came back I wish you had died.
You were my reasoning,
Then you became my being.
It seems as if we were one,
Then you went away,
And I became me.
Our souls are forever attached,
Yet my heart breaks every time I see your face.
I love you so,
But right now, I wish you would go.
I just do not know.
Even though you need me more,
Sometimes I wish you that you do not need me anymore.
This is wrong to say
Because I love so.
Just like the sun the needs the sky,
And the clouds need the rain.
We will forever be one,
But I really wish you would go.
After more than a year since her late night talk show Chelsea Lately, Chelsea Handler is back with a four part documentary series called Chelsea Does on Netflix. In the four part series Handles deals with Marriage, Silicon Valley, Racism and Drugs. Each more different than the other. This is completely different then her late night talk show, where everything was meant to be funny. We get to see a different side of Handler that we never seen before. A more serious side and insightful side also.
After watching the series, one of the ones, that I came away with the most information was from Chelsea Does Racism. Handler examines what do people from all different backgrounds think about other raciest. She also went down to the south, and talk to white people and black people to see what they each thought about slavery. They each had very different views on the matter, but surprising there were some who shared the same views. There were some people that thought that slavery was a good thing for everybody.
Then with Chelsea Does Drug was an another one I would recommend people to watch. I learn how drugs can affect you mind without you even knowing it. I even learn about drugs that I never heard of before. One of them was ayahuasca. Handler and some friends flew down to Peru to take it, and after seeing what it does to people i got a little more curious.
The Marriage documentary was also good it examines Handler’s views on Marriage, and Silicon Valley examines her relation with technology in which she has none.