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Anywhere Is June 23, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Mindfulness, Music & Dance.
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Anywhere Is . . .
a continuum of moments
the unfolding of  notes

Life is . . .
a constant flow
one horizon merging with the next

Time is . . .
ever flowing
with none of us knowing
how long we have left.

We might be just beginning . . . we might be near the end.

As Enya flows seamlessly from stanza to stanza in Anywhere Is, the lyrical stream draws listeners into the moment by moment unfolding of life and all its mysteries ~ secrets unrevealed by night sky, ocean tides, or shell’s echo:

the turn I have just taken * the turn that I was making * I might be just beginning * I might be near the end

Copyright ©1995 EMI Music Publishing Ltd

Artwork by Carole A. V. Dougherty ~ available at Island Gallery West

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1. Richard W Scott - June 23, 2010

I’m a big fan as well.
Here’s some (perhaps not so) trivia:
Her real name is Irish and is Eithne Ní Bhraonáin (pronounced Enya nee vreeneen in Donegal Irish and etna nee vraynawn in the Connaught dialect of Irish.

cindy - June 23, 2010

How in the world do they get Enya out of that lot?

nrhatch - June 23, 2010

Gaelic and Celtic pronunciations and spellings are beyond my ken!

On the last post, I linked Enya’s bio page. Here I just linked to her official website.

She lives in a castle.
She’s not married.
She loves cats ~ and once upon a time had 12! Why not 13?

2. cindy - June 23, 2010

I’m a die hard rock and jazz fan, but this does speak to me.

nrhatch - June 23, 2010

I love rock and jazz as well . . . I’ll have to weave some posts to share a few of my favorites. : )

3. cindy - June 24, 2010

And so my mind goes to the lyrics of another band … Boston … “don’t look back, a new day is breakin’…”

nrhatch - June 24, 2010

We were just another band out of Boston . . .


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