the fiction and poetry of sarah hina
Looks like you are deep into simple poetry that makes one take a bow (nothing less). :-)
Hey, I got that last line! Very clever.
Clever, indeed. You have great repoire with the written word.
Aching beautiful words set to the quiet notes. It's amazing when the poetry of the Baroque pieces rises above the structure and precision.Chopin would be proud of this rich little nocturne.
Abhinav, it's funny, because I wrestled with a piece last night that was fairly substantial, and just happened to have Glenn Gould playing in the background. Finally, in disgust, I abandoned that story, and wrote this in five minutes. Strange how that works sometimes. Scott, thank you! It gave me a giggle. :)Beth, that is a lovely thing to say. I appreciate it.Jason, the Goldberg variations are all about transcending the "structure and precision." I love their delicate flight. And Glenn Gould plays Bach better than any other. Thank you, again, for your insight and for the compliment.Thanks, moonrat! :)
Mmmm...mmm...mmm...Delicious. Sarah you are a consumate writer.
Easywriter, Ello, and CL: Thank you! This was just a little interlude, but I love that music so.:)
I'm with Ello: sigh....I love multimedia posts. I suppose I'm just sensory-needy that way. ;)
I like them too, Aine. They can really put you somewhere that words alone cannot. I think I'll experiment with them more in the future. Thank you! :)
Phew! ... (sweat on brow) ... Clear the view to the west.
Very dreamy. Thank you. And I ADORE GOULD, especially for his humming.
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