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How fleeting, this feeling One moment you’re important

The next, you’re neglected
How quaint, this emotion

In a blink you’re loved

On another, you’re hated… 15 more words

Flight Of Ideas


I broke my piano
I kicked it to the dirt
I smashed everything
until my my arms were strings
until the hammers were fingers
pointing at me… 87 more words


Before her life changed, she dreaded going to weddings. Everyone looking, staring, gossiping, judging. She wouldn’t eat for several days afterwards, convinced she was too fat, too ugly. 123 more words



I have no name

I have no identity

People look right through me

I am invisible

I want to be noticed

I want to be loved… 64 more words


How to Listen to Great Music by Robert Greenberg (Part 1)

A Guide to its History, Culture and Heart

Understanding and Listening to Music. Humans love music and the musical experience can be very intimate. Essentially, it is just vibrations. 2,837 more words


2017-02-05 Notes from the Bench

“Fugue in A Minor” (BWV 543) by Johann Sebastian Bach

A commentary on this week’s music by Dr. James T. Gerber, Music Associate

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) was the great master of contrapuntal composition; his works represent the synthesis of German, French, and Italian writing styles of the era and the culmination of the baroque style. 466 more words

All Saints' Episcopal Church

Black Sabbath and the Art of The Fugue

In musical terms, a fugue is a compositional style using two or more contrapuntal voices, exemplified by Baroque composers such as J.S.Bach. But I’m talking about the other definition of fugue- that psychological state involving the loss of awareness of one’s identity and the flight from one’s usual environment, often associated with female hysteria. 1,068 more words