The Natural Bridge

Many take shelter from feeling too much withinSome will tell you it’s a mortal sin To fly so high and steep so low Just as Perceval in tales of old But to know when all else fails When all is lost down the streets of desireAnd the blind eye of regret is all that one […]

October

“All things on earth point home in old October; sailors to sea, travelers to walls and fences, hunters to the field, hollow and the lone voice of the hounds, the lover to the love he has forsaken.” -Thomas Wolfe Looking back over my life, it appears October has been a singular event for me in […]

The Shirt of Flames

“ Love is extravagant, in the price, it is willing to pay, the hardship it is willing to endure, and the strength it is willing to spend. Love never thinks in terms of “how little”, but always in terms of “how much”. Love gives, love knows, and love last…” -Unknown

Inside Ludwig

I love listening to Beethoven. His 6th Symphony, The Pastoral is like the mind together with the heart and soul on a holiday out into the countryside on a summer day. Equally moving is the second movement of the 7th Symphony. The opening segment reminds me of a dirge which subtly builds upon itself into streaming […]