my…

journalled scars

He tenderly reads, 

 

these slicing s i g h s,

He stitches and breathes, 

 

my anguished cries,

He bleeds and bleeds He, 

soul’s Sabbath

 

e x h a l e

 

 

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      Hi! Thanks so much for reading, and commenting. 🙂
      (Musically, this is one of my favourite parts of LOTR. I also love the music for Gandalf’s Lament. I wanted to find a clip that didn’t actually show the movie, and my gosh, this voice…holy moly. Plus, I love that you can still hear, “there’s nothing for you here, only death…”)

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      Brian! My gosh, it’s been ages since I have listened to this song. I never did get into these guys. But I did like this one. Thanks for the reminder!

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            I remember hearing it as a cry for help, and gratitude, longing and love expressed to the person who did help. Of course, as I discovered later, the song was about these things, but not a romantic love at all.

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                They still played music back then, but were starting to do reality like Road Rules.
                I lived up in Summit County in Silverthorne. My back patio overlooked I 70 and Lake Dillon

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                  Yes I remember. I was referring to those reality shows…wow, so long ago. How did that happen?
                  Nice. I really do miss the mountains. I miss going through the tunnel to a whole different weather scenario haha

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                    Yes! Eisenhower Tunnel! Very interesting contrast. When I first moved there I stopped at my brother’s apartment in Aurora. It was 75 out. We had shorts and t-shirts on, sitting outside. The next day it snowed, and I drove to Silverthorne in a blizzard. It was September 14th, lol. Crazy welcome to Colorado.

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                    1. hahahaaaa yessir. Oh the times we would be in the sun and shoot through and literally screech to a halt on the other side in an ice storm or something. I remember a cocky cop flying past in his SUV in the worst weather and further along he had skidded off the road into a snow bank. Fortunately, he was okay. And no one else got hurt.
                      And no, he was not pursuing us…hehe

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                    2. Summers in the mountains were mixed. Sometimes boating, sometimes skiing, lol

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      Thanks so much Dennis. I never expect anyone to read my spiritual pieces much, I just write them because I have to and I need to and they do bleed out. It means so much to me you like it. Thank you! ❤

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    Ohhhh! That’s one of my favorite tunes from the movie. This one too.

    Also, those are really nice, heartfelt, comforting verses. Misread sighs as thighs. Haha.

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          Awww thank you!
          I love seeing it too, I took it with my actual camera, i use my phone too much, i want to use my camera more again. I’m so glad you like it 😊

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