Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Rhapsody on a theme...




Music is a place that I can escape from myself and also enter more fully into personhood. Can there be anything better?

21 comments:

harriett said...

Oh, that expresses how I feel beautifully! I immerse myself in sound to create visual art. Just goes to show you alot can be said with few words. . .

Mavin said...

Hey you, sorry I haven't been around in a while I've been out of town and I forgot to post it in my blog. But I have some new posts that I have of music as well and more things too. But I'm glad music is a place you can get away and feel alive from everyday life, it's a place for me as well. Anyhow I'm back in town and will have something new soon either tonight or tomorrow. You're going to love what I have to show and tell.

Camille said...

Hi Princess Haiku! This weekend is Canada Day. I think you will be celebrating your own national holiday soon on the 4th of July. I wish you a merry one!

Lianne said...

I am listening to the Durufle Requiem as I write this.

Heaven.

d. chedwick bryant said...

music IS a place, and recently i have come to see early morning birdsong as a place, to. these places are gifts...

Anna said...

Music feeds my soul & frees my imagination.

Peter Haslam said...

I liked this one thank you Princess Haiku

BoggyWoggy said...

All of the best things in life are connected to music memories, don't you think?

Naomi said...

Thanks for sharing that with us. Music feeds the soul and fuels the imagination. I love it.

sfgirl said...

Beautiful, as always! You've been tagged with the "Bloggers for Positive Global Change Award". Please see my latest post on The Alien Next Door for details.

Princess Haiku said...

Thanks SF girl- will try to get back to you in a few days. Summer guests etc. Take care

She Who Flies said...

I hope you're keeping well. We miss you here!

Digital Flower Pictures said...

You are right about music. If something has me upset or depressed I will often practice for an hour and it will be like "Hmm, what was bothering me before?" Of course if I can't play, listening is great too. Tends to cleanse my mind a bit.

Borut said...

I've been using music like this too!:) Very formative. A beautiful blog. And, thanks for stopping by - one of my earlier haiku blogs!:)

lotusgreen said...

hey--where you at, girl? hope you're okay

Princess Haiku said...

Hi folks,
Sorry I'm away so long. Back in a few days and Blogger glitched and sorry but I lost a few comments.

shara said...

I think this is possibly one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever, I've loved it since I could remember, yes it's romantic, yes it's got those sweet violins, people have told me it's too much, too saccharine, I don't care, every time I hear it, it uplifts me, thank you. And I loved the carnival pictures in the last post.

Indeterminacy said...

Hope you're enjoying your time off from blogging. I have been posting dialy/semi-daily the past couple of weeks but I guess I'll take a rest too.

I watched the video - it was fien music to start the Saturday morning in Germany.

BoggyWoggy said...

Princess,
Thought of you tonight while dining with friends. Wanted you to check out the new lily photos I took at my dear friend Anita's house.

Savvyology said...

I've passed the Rockin' Girl Blogger award your way and posted about it here.

~ Sav

Cergie said...

You told me than you saw the movie "Billy Eliott"
Almost at the end of the movie, the examiners ask to him what he feels when he is dancing and he answers : "I disappear"

I find it is a wonderful definition too for something you love passionately