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THE WONDERFUL METAPHORS – PART 3

I often love to write about metaphors; my song lyrics and stories are filled with them. Therefore, it is no coincidence that I see beautiful metaphors that relate what I’m learning about singing to improving my life. Continue reading

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NEVER GONE AWAY – PART TWO

I know that soon you will leave me
how will I ever say goodbye?
there’s so much you’ve left me
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HOW HARD IT IS JUST SAYING GOODBYE

I have written that with Jason’s death, an opera played over and over in my mind. It is interesting how that has been happening with my father’s death. Although Jason’s opera had no melody or music, my song “Set You Free” continues to play over and over as I see the moment of my father’s death replayed throughout my day. I accept it and I understand that it is my mind’s way of trying to grasp the concept that my dad is physically gone forever. But in so many other ways, he is still with me. Hearing how much he touched other people has been very meaningful for me. Continue reading

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SAYING GOODBYE

I also named this post, “Saying Goodbye” for my song with that name. I began writing songs when I was a sixteen-years-old. The experiences in my life were channeled into each and every song, as well as projections of love and loss I hadn’t yet experienced.
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