Friday, July 29, 2011

I was happier then with no mind-set

Well, my once yellow but bruised banana peel just managed to turn brown within the recent 30 minutes, and although the terms 'oxidation' and 'enzymes' are pronouncing themselves loudly in my head, I'm still rather confused about how this has happened.
I'm waiting, waiting for my sister to wake up so I can start to practice violin. Don't like to wait much. I haven't been very productive for the past 3 days -- admittedly, Glee took over my life a bit. Should swing things back on track soon...
Another problem is that it's been a while since I heard a song that could really make me feel tremendous. I need once again that thunder that struck me when I first heard Tighten Up by The Black Keys, and the emotional uplift brought around by Festival from the 127 Hours Soundtrack.
Well, one thing for sure is when I find the song, I'll be sure to post it!
In the meantime, so long, my lovelies.

A path on which to travel...

by Michael Leunig

When the heart
Is cut or cracked or broken
Do not clutch it
Let the wound lie open
Let the wind
From the good old sea blow in
To bathe the wound with salt

Let a stray dog lick it
Let a bird lean in the hole and sing
A simple song like a tiny bell
And let it ring
Let it go. Let it out.
Let it all unravel.
Let it free and it can be
A path on which to travel.