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The Finding Of Heaven

THE FINDING OF HEAVEN

Maybe we don’t need to find Heaven
It’s already here – Too busy to notice
Still nice to find you standing by me
Thank you – Likewise – Simply breathe

And Just Catch That Drummer!

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Echoes

ECHOES

Ashes now your flesh
Yet I hear your lost voice still
In blackbird, in thrush

Hammer

HAMMER

Words, music, image
All three hammer at your door
Yet it is unlocked

Refuge In Carlisle

Plugging In

PLUGGING IN

If you don’t get Miles
or if you don’t get The Dead
you miss out. Big style.
I won’t say anything more.
Let your ears take you walking.

Contemplation

I haven’t posted any music for quite a while, and his description of my site on New Hampshire Garden Solutions (https://nhgardensolutions.wordpress.com) reminded me that it promises “Poetry, music (and) spirituality”. So …

I’ve been playing “Songs Of Love And Regret” by Mal Waldron and Marion Brown a lot recently. On YouTube TEBekken comments, “Incredibly underrecognized album. A true masterpiece. Brown and Waldron conveys true beauty on all selections.”

I concur completely.

Here’s a track from it: their cover of McCoy Tyner’s “Contemplation”

Not For Nothing

NOT FOR NOTHING

Many years ago now we vowed
That we would never allow loss
(however painful this might be)
To restrict our deeply felt interaction
With any of the music we love

Given that we view music as
A gymnasium for the emotions
It surely follows don’t you know
That if we do not exercise
Our emotions when needed
Or like water, or like blood
They fester and putrefy

Teardrops
Contain both
Water (for cleansing)
And salt (for preservation)

Nature is not called
Mother Nature
For nothing

Dust

DUST

So much, oh so much
Sits here on the shelf
Mainly gathering dust now

We gathered so much
For we were earning so much
Neither driving nor drinking

Let us buy music we thought
Not only does it move the heart
But is still around in the morning

Uninvited years now come and gone
Leave no one left to blame for that
Least of all all this clogging dust

Attention

ATTENTION

Seeking silence found
Outside, inside, not silence
But music instead

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