My most efficient I get so very much done And forget beauty There are days where i get tons of WORK done, which is all well and good. But when I forget to look around me, to grab a photo or write a poem. I notice it when wrap up the day without any new […]
Satie is playing Songs that make me think of spring The joy of flowers A bit of a haiku at the end of a busy day. I hope your day was filled with joy and satisfaction.
This audio dance As I sit this Saturday My ears rejoicing
Seattle’s winter taught me something new: deserts hate me. In the deepest cold of February, as the upper left coast shivered in a frigid, deeply embrace, my skin burned. Cracking, peeling, bleeding, the lack of moisture in the air brutalized me. Far more painful that I remember. Over the years I dreamt of journeys through […]
Keys pressed in the night Joyful sounds enchanting me As a cold wind moves
I hear Siouxsie Sioux Burning ash and destruction Cities in the dust The music of the 80s speaks to me. So many memories, pain and joy, anguish and exaltation.
“Aretha Franklin” I honor her by saying She’s earned my RESPECT Aretha Franklin Sang Her Way Through America’s History. Her Passing Is the End of an Era
My mind playing Iz* A song I know But whose name Escapes me Gentle and peaceful Bringing me rest And contentment *If you aren’t familiar with the musician Iz, he was Israel Kaʻanoʻi Kamakawiwoʻole. Learn more about him here. He’s long been high in my list of favorite musicians.
A song in emptiness So beautiful Demanding a response Tones bouncing Stars flicker forth Atoms, elements born Motion, energy, Life Learn more about the Oran Nor here.
As youth I chose To deeply explore music Each word critical Music is critical to me. For my teenage years, I focused my study there. Well, as best as I could focus at that age. Music means so very much to me. Understanding the way lyrics, melody and harmony intersect for the good of the […]