Flying in to work ….. Big Blue Sky …love it …
Sun Sets and rises …and a cloudy moon … love the colours of Africa
Out and about and relaxing after a days work….
neither a shout nor a scream not a whimper or a whisper …..... but an eruption of emotion from within …....... once released it plots its own path and passion towards darkness or light ...
© 2017 michael d emmerich
eclipses of life dramatic chaotic tempestuous moments barely noticeable subtle changes rolling storm clouds gather ahead and then, we awaken in a sea of fog in the penumbra we patiently wait structural integrity retained loss of function noted salvaging what we can slowly our faculties improve healing slowly commences the gray fades to light the darkened hypoxic veil lifts returning senses, inducing pain bringing clarity to intermediate minds ……..
© 2018 michael d emmerich
pitter patter of tiny feet rat-a-tat of bullets ripping sheets orange spears of flickering candles casting opaque shadows on strips of flannel digging deeper, ripping up the dirt slowly covering holes in the shirt the man in the long black coat stands unsteadily at the edge of the moat doing his best not to gloat as the sand, cascades down all around the sacrificial goat as its ripped bleeding throat drains over the distended belly, as it bloats swallowed up consumed by this world in the belly of the beast all curled buried in the grave, six feet under as the veil is rent asunder silver coins glinting on the eyes, all bright weeping silver teardrops, in the watery moonlight
© 2018 Michael D Emmerich
My First Music Review is up and live on LTTL – Lera Lynn Review – pop over, have a read and tell me your thoughts. I must say writing an album review was much harder than I thought ….
If there are any musicians out there who would like me to review their new music and upload to Listening Through The Lens please drop me a mail or let me know in the comments section below. The Site owners of LTTL have kindly allowed me to review new music from South Africa .. standing by for your new music 🙂
So pop over and read the review of:
LERA LYNN – PLAYS WELL WITH OTHERS
My favourite song is track two – “Lose Myself” with John Paul White.