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    Name: Marc
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    Do not even listen, simply wait, be quiet, still and solitary. The world will freely offer itself to you to be unmasked, it has no choice, it will roll in ecstasy at your feet.

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    Mood: The Usual
      
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01KVhyBNPDw

    I'm actually in awe of movie and show scoring, or more particularly the people who do it. Daily, casual music for the sake of expression always dances around the paradox of being so relevant and irrelevant. It always makes sense right now, because this moment in history is its only plausible context. A context which invariably and quickly becomes lost.

    The grand imagination it must take. Movies kind of solve that problem, and in it music doesn't have to deal with all of this nonsense. It just has to focus on what makes us human, and how to tell that human side of us a story.

    Just to be clear, with things like Dumbo, the music sinks into and supports the story. With things like frozen, the dialogue is just emboldened, but the music often comes at the price of story pacing. I've always hated musicals.


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    Hey, I just saw your comment on a poem(ish) that I wrote ( it was back in February) and I just wanted to thank you (even though verbs aren't words). I greatly appreciate it.

    | Posted on 2017-08-02 18:09:38 | by nikita2u - [ Reply to This ] -
      
    Hmm, I wonder if there is a fruit hating correlation between tinder and girls. Lol! I can imagine you are just experiencing the fruitlessness of tinder! 😂 (Sorry.) I got a very good laugh at your comment and wanted to say thank you for taking the time to comment on my write.
    If you made fruit salad for me I would like it, unless you used some weird ingredient like ketchup or better yet, Dijon mustard. Sorry to hear about your disagreement just after the election. Sometimes when things like this occur, you are shown just how small some minds can be when dealing with differences of opinion. In a perfect world you can agree to disagree, although like the other comment on my poem, it's a lot to ask for in this day and age. Touché to you for making fruit salad and taking a girl on a picnic! I think personally that you were a gentleman and romantic. As for a rainy island, I'm there! Nothing is better than letting the rain fall on your skin. I never understood personally why people run to get out of the rain. Or even wait under coverings to be picked up like a princess. Let it fall and stomp in a few puddles too! I feel most alive in those moments. I would even say the sensations of goose pimples reminds me that I am alive.
    | Posted on 2017-01-29 15:17:47 | by Chelebel - [ Reply to This ] -
      
    Journal of 2016-07-21

    Embark embargo extraditions, extraversion embezzlement euthanasia extortion.

    Bruce
    | Posted on 2016-07-21 20:50:21 | by monad - [ Reply to This ] -
      
    Hey, I never said thanks for the comment on my wall.

    I know what you mean. I still have those moments, but there is an awareness when I have them now, a sort of feeling of childhood, the way sometimes you become your old self around old friends.

    I'm not sure what those moments mean, whether they're just meaningless and mundane and we're ascribing meaning that isn't there to raindrops on the windshield or birds on the sidewalk or whatever. But I still feel like in those moments there's a glimpse at the underlying patterns of the universe, something we can't even comprehend, something that wouldn't fit in words and can't be explained to anyone.

    Ultimately I don't know who's right.
    | Posted on 2016-06-09 18:34:38 | by lukewarm - [ Reply to This ] -
      
    While I am waiting to respond to your last message more fully, I heard this song and remembered how excellent the lyrics are in the vein of what we have been discussing.

    If you are interested, you can look the song up on YouTube. It's sung with a quirky British accent and is so jangly and upbeat it's almost sickening, and yet... it's catchy as heck.

    The Lucksmiths sing "Sunlight In A Jar"

    We've never been much chop
    At all that sensual stuff
    One of us always seems to stop
    Before the other's had enough
    Like a self-help manual that's been written in Braille
    It seems the more that we touch
    The more we learn about our failings

    I'm struck speechless by the nape of your neck
    But your requests and suggestions
    Have a similar effect
    A litany of prettiness and pettiness, too
    I reckon every second second
    We come up with something new

    I tried to write an opera for us
    But I didn't get that far
    'Cause trying to sum you up in song
    Is like catching sunlight in a jar

    Complex, completely credible love
    The kind that is made, not handed to you from above
    Is difficult to talk about and harder to write
    Like the rhythm of a pulse, or the contours of firelight

    Overblown libretto and a sumptuous score
    Could never contain the contradictions I adore
    We can just be chaos and then something aligns
    It's so hard to contain, maintain it or define it

    I tried to write another chorus
    But I didn't get that far
    'Cause trying to sum you up in song
    Is like catching sunlight in a jar
    It's like catching sunlight in a jar

    :)
    Erin
    | Posted on 2016-05-19 12:58:02 | by BlankSheet - [ Reply to This ] -
      
    Re: journal of 2016-05-16

    Hey Marc:
    Love this poem "Thales". Specious reasoning no! Parallel thoughts like parallel lines carry similar veins of reasoning in almost identical directions. I find much simpatico here.

    Bruce
    | Posted on 2016-05-19 12:12:05 | by monad - [ Reply to This ] -



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