Cerebral Excursions – The Life Sentence

I started playing a game I call #Freesound4 where we open 4 browser tabs and go to Freesound.org and pick 4 search topics, open an audio recording app & record what ever sounds we play from the search result set.

 

I call this one: The Life Sentence. It’s about 15 minutes in length. Beware of Reincarnation, it’s a longer ride. Please fasten your seat belts.


Thank you for listening and sharing. http://www.3NM.ca

#CerebralExcursions

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Poetry: plight

plight

there were 5 of us there on that long, lonely night
but one of us seemingly wanted a fight
so you casually started your picking on me
and i found it to be a bit much, For you see:

i ignored it, abhorred it then started to see
that the one who was fighting was actually me
it was i, you were right who had wanted to fight
well i’m shutting you down i say have a good night

alright ?

– neal visher

Neal Visher - Plight.png


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Poetry: A Pair of Troopers

shotgun fire so i shroud my fear
in comforting the dog who’s cowering

my whispers like motherly words,
as of the warmth as of the womb
as of the silent blanket drawn
over us and under the moon
protecting our heart from the inside out

a world so far away, so very still, so very near
the all too unfamiliar feeling of ghosts now passed
coercing a future into ghastly ferocity

and as you’re freely falling one wonders
when and whether one should pull the rip cord or not

and as time trickles past, you’re reminded
of the very reason that we’re here…

so we would know that
we weren’t alone


neal-visher-a-pair-of-troopers


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Essay: Forgive and Forget

Forgive and Forget

 

There’s an old saying that we’re all familiar with: Forgive and forget.

 

In its simplicity it is purity and genius at its finest. One simply forgives them selves or someone else then simply forgets about it and moves on with their life. Pretty straight forward I’d say.

 

The cart before the horse

From my own experience I’ve found Continue reading

Poetry: from here to there

An allusion to distance while depth is elusive
While you’re living inside, they’ll be plenty obtrusive
Is it hard to give life, an abyss, any meaning?
Of the precipice here, on the edge where I’m leaning

Is it all torn apart, inner mind cataclysm?
Do we place it on faith or intellectual schism
As created by man, laid to waste by his hand? Continue reading