The Breezes

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14 thoughts on “The Breezes

  1. The is the breeze, the wind passing through. You captured it, at least an element of its many faces. From 100 piece orchestras to a single flutist. This ‘child of the wind’ (my adopted theme song from a title of a Bruce Cockburn song) can so relate to this. I watch the wind often. Wait, you can’t see the wind. But you can obviously and so do many of us, The ripples on a pond. In the gyrating beach grass as it dances and sways its hips to an unwritten song. Today was ridiculous breezy; to the point the top of 100 year old maples whipped about like a Pentecostal Preacher wailing and waving during a Sunday morning sermon.

    And here, this a good breeze song http://www.beyondplumcreek.com/shtufffs/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Beth-Orton-CALL-ME-THE-BREEZE.mp3 which seems apt.

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    • Always glad to read your poetic comments, Calvin. It’s always like reading a whole new creation of yours and I guess it really is. My soul was longing for something tonight and the song you shared had me reliving every campfire, starry sky and breeze I have ever experienced. I will likely develop an ear worm that will hound me for days now. But I like it lol. Thank you, have a wonderful night.

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  2. Love the breezes and all you have done with it. So simple and so effective. x

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  3. There’s a lilt to this.

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