Posts Tagged ‘blind pilot’

Make music with the chatter in here, And whisper all the notes in my ears April 1, 2012 No Comments

Bird by Bird presents a story in which a young man has to write a paper on birds — He’s done all the research, has all the material sprawled out on the table, day by day passes, yet not a word….till the last day — he’s a wreck, he doesn’t know where to start….then grandma walks […]

There are things I cannot forget, I wish none had happened yet, We were stronger than the preachers, We were wiser than the wall October 31, 2009 No Comments

Tonight as I kick back after a piece of 'America 'Heck' Yea' Halloween cake, I think about the artical I read concerning the conflict in Afghanistan.  Seems as though helicoptors are used to 'mermite' in ice cream and fried chicken to forward operating bases, and participants in the region look foward to 'karoke night.' With […]

How I want that mystery, Let me dive ’til I believe, I had a dream you were two towns from me Got to sleep, spent the whole night running September 26, 2009 No Comments

Running on about 3-4 hours of sleep today in lieu of musical schedules.  I once read that eddie vedder used to stay up for days and then go surfing, hence writing songs like Alive. I think many things have come to life in my subconscious which are floating up, changing habits and perceptions. I see […]

Four times is once too much for love That’s how many times the clock struck, I wandered home, saying your name September 17, 2009 No Comments

Often I think about what would some of my musical heroes (Billy Bragg, Neil Hannon of the Divine Comedy, Sondre Lerche, Ben Folds, the gang from Belle and Sebastian, and of course Neil Finn of Crowded House) do out here staring at this ambiguity everyday. I'm certain their imagination would keep them company, and this […]