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distinguishing Miles from Coltrane

“But the wood is tired, and the wood is old.
And we’ll make it fine, if the weather holds.
But if the weather holds, we’ll have missed the point:
that’s where I need to go”

– Indigo Girls: The Wood Song

Over the years, I have found that putting pen to paper is a vital part of working things out in my head (and heart); and discovering how I feel about the subject.
The act of framing a situation, an emotion or a condition with my own words is very healing and often revealing.

To be honest, it feels a little weird to be sharing these particular works with you, but I feel that doing so is something of a rite of passage.

All I can say is:
      I am here.
      This is me.
      I am presenting my self.


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  4. Nightmare Scenario
  5. Ladylike
  6. Shadow
  7. Stranger
  8. Awakening
  9. Conversations With My Mother – 1: Apology
  10. Conversations With My Mother – 3: I’ve Got To Look Away From You
  11. Poetry Techniques
  12. Imagined Spaces


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AUTHOR: I am might war. I have a love of music, the written word, travel, Anime, polar bears, people and “sticking and colouring”.

12 thoughts on “distinguishing Miles from Coltrane

    1. Thank you, Jann. The two have a sometimes contrary, yet complementing sound that helps draw out the details and beauty of Jazz that I have always liked.

      Let me know your thoughts on what you find here – if you have the time or the inclination. It’s always enlightening to hear other’s perception of my words.

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