Musical Category

Silage


Wandering through the foggy woodland breathing the musty sods twilight is upon us skulking through murky, moldy dunes A bridge is upon us, filled by webs and fueled by decay creakingly pivoting, summoned by the dark, looming loch Walking through the unstable path, fixed upon the scrutiny of the unknown -the fae beckons- as you slowly […]

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Believe, I shall…


I believe in the sun, and the warm it exudes. I believe in the moon, the stars, and space. In the sound of the wind against my face. The chill of winter on a morning’s breath  I believe in the heart, emotions palpitating…In the sea and its temperamentI believe in starting clean, and the opportunities it can bring.In […]

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i thank you God for this most amazing day


  i thank You God for most this amazing day:for the leaping greenly spirits of trees and a blue true dream of sky; and for everything which is natural which is infinite which is yes (i who have died am alive again today, and this is the sun’s birthday; this is the birth day of […]

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I dreamt


I dreamt of us smiling without stopping smiling with no problems Alone. In peace I dreamt of us. We were happy. Away frm here, finally in our home. I dreamt of you of you and I I dreamt and dreamt and I will dream without stopping for this dream will become reality I  won’t stop […]

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Un nouveau départ


This is the last post in the “Murmure dans le vent” series. Here, I shall expose the fourth & final movement of Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings in C Major. The order in the series is as follows: “Murmure dans le vent”, “Dance for me”, and “Faithfully Unfaithful” 

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Faithfully unfaithful


This is the second post in the “Murmure dans le vent” series. This post will be showcasing the third movement in Tchaikovsky’s “Serenade for strings” in C Major. I know I sort of cheated (jumping the second movement), BUT you know how the muse is… she eluded the second movement & something just clicked with the third […]

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Murmure dans le vent


Bloggers Note: This will be a first in four posts based on Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings in C major Op.48. This piece composed by Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky in 1880 has four movements. If you are not familiar with this I’ll explain it very simply! When a composer, well composes, he/she thinks just like an author […]

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One Winged Angel


Lately, I’ve been overthinking. More than usual. I’ve been pondering in my relationship. I’ve ben pondering in my relationship with peers, friends, and professors. I’ve transported myself back to the time where it felt just like this one. I call it the Great Depression of 2008. But (there is always one, isn’t there?) it’s not.  The […]

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Sweeter than Death


I wish I could stop this feeling That I could stop this pain Wish I could stop this anger boiling through my veins I wish you did something (something) I couldn’t forget Something unforgivable Something insane Something insane You’ll be the death of me you’ll take me to my grave But death will be sweeter […]

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Our Silent Night


Crystal clear sky Moon shining high From a window, I can see everything we have, everything we can be… In a distant land, they’ve told me A mother holds her treasure uncomfortable from the cold warmed by her faithful companion wishing to give something more… …A wanderer stops, searching for heat Boys and girls wait […]

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