It’s Like Warm Caramel – May 2019 Reblog # 20

This is one of the most beautiful pieces of writing I read recently.

There is something about the writing style of this fellow blogger.
It’s lyrical, poetic. (i feel i’m literally spoiling its essence)

He gave me 4 options and it took me weeks to chose one, because how often have we read something beautiful written about vulnerability?

And beautiful is an understatement here.

Reverse Exiled

A section of Amani Washington’s painting “Truth”, paired with the movement of the same name in “Harmony of Difference”.

I cried unexpectedly when I read Kamasi Washington’s liner-notes for “Harmony of Difference”. I found the suite while browsing for “Heaven & Earth” on Amazon.com and ordered both sent to my father’s house in Holland, MI. Absconding to a chair in a blind corner, I quieted too fast and my father came looking for me, asking “what’s going on?” —I handed him the liner-notes. I read them and nodded, said something about how beautiful the suite was, patted me on the shoulder. “I felt his good intentions,” I said, “reading them brought the thrust of the music into focus.”

The tears are a positive sign, overall. February through May was the deepest trench to-date in my mental state but June began a period of unprecedented insight and rebound. New approaches…

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3 thoughts on “It’s Like Warm Caramel – May 2019 Reblog # 20

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  1. Thanks N.F.Mirza for this reblogging. You are always inspired !
    I have nominated you for the Sunshine Blogger Award. Please visit me, share and niminate 11 new bloggers of your own choosing.
    Have a lovely day

    Susan.

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