34 thoughts on “but first

    1. saynotoclowns says:

      thank you dear Yassy.
      I was so inpired by the music, I’ve been drawn to his music a lot lately. Just beautiful.
      The first piece is actually called “First” and it made me think of snow falling, and the rest appeared…

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    1. saynotoclowns says:

      Hi. And no, that wasn’t my original thought, but I could see how it could go on as a story, considering the previous was an ash globe and there was healing needed etc.
      It was more that I am so enjoying listening to his music, my thoughts were actually separate.
      Thanks for your thoughts, B.

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      1. Silent Hour says:

        You are welcome! I’ll be waiting for your next piece!

        Also, I have a suspicion that you don’t appear on my Reader. I don’t know why, but this has happened before with other people I follow and I hate it.

        I hope you’re well, my dear. Kisses!

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  1. Steve Simpson says:

    Something about silence and snow, Vanessa, and the ambiguity of the different notes, nicely understated. For me, snow is still mysterious. I read a short story about a child who listened for the postman in winter, heard his footsteps on the footpath later every day because of the snow, and he saw fog through the window building up outside. Turned out there was no snow or fog, that I couldn’t find the short story in a collection on my shelves, and I need a coffee. Mmm, maybe I’ll plagiarise it. Great music.

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    1. saynotoclowns says:

      haha Steve, way to go building up my anticipation about that story…now you must find/write it 😁

      I agree…snow is mysterious and I am utterly captivated by it.
      And thank you! I like understatement, and I appreciate the things you notice.

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            1. saynotoclowns says:

              hahaha my reply may have overflowed onto your site…
              so many questions…so does that mean you have built it already, and so it would be put to good use now, you know, having all the time in the world…
              which reminds me of a very funny video I saw once…maybe i have told you about it already…

              there are answers in this video, I am sure of it Steve 😁

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              1. Steve Simpson says:

                I think I’ve clarified time machines sufficiently, i.e., not at all. I like the video: I always thought the Paleolithic diet made no sense, but have been avoiding eggs, especially if I met them in the street. I also thought there were some things I wasn’t confused about. Now I realise that was a mistake.

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