Oops!… We Did It Again (dandelion)

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53 thoughts on “Oops!… We Did It Again (dandelion)

    • Thank you, Tati. A Christmas hug for you! ❤ ^^’

      As for that recording you speak of, it was hard putting it together for you. I was SO nervous and self-conscious! I didn't want you to think I was a total dork! Ha ha! 😛

      I might put together another one if you do the same for one of your poems. Fair's fair… 😉

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  1. Tony, this poem is incredible and such a well written and crafted poem.

    My favorite lines:

    i long for graves hollowed of days
    no shrivelled, mournful blue
    for the chiefmost cornerstone
    to regrow these fields anew
    ‘tis settled here for stumbling on
    ‘tis grace to comprehend
    and so i’m kept from the devil flurry
    to this rock alone i bend

    So surreal and visually stunning. Good work my friend. 🙂

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    • I don’t, Chris, but I wish I did because this isn’t the first poem I’ve written that had a lyrical quality about it. I listen to a lot of music so perhaps that’s where the inspiration comes from. 🙂

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  2. Absolutely stunning and beautiful, it very much reminds me of some ancient Celtic song-prayer. Very powerful, indeed! And how so soberly uplifting, albeit with melancholic undertones finely interwoven throughout. Thank you for sharing this!

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    • I had a book of Celtic prayers at one point, and it’s something I leafed through quite often. I’m quite taken with their lyrical approach which feels like it has one foot in this world and the other… well, is somewhere otherworldly. It’s haunting. 🙂

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