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Thursday, February 15, 2007

The Heart Asks The Pleasure First

Composer~ Nyman

Dedicated to master s ~ Namaste

Extract from poem Burt Norton by TS Eliot

Time present and time past

Are both perhaps present in time future

And time future contained in time past.
What might have been and what has been

Point to one end, which is always present.

Footfalls echo in the memory

Down the passage which we did not take

Towards the door we never opened

Into the rose-garden.

My words echo

Thus, in your mind.


J. Andrew Lockhart said...

very nice

starry nights said...

The music and video was just awesome.Thank you.

krystyna said...

Hi Trinitystar!
Wonderful! I enjoyed your music line very much. Thank you!
Have a fabulous weekend!

Janice Thomson said...

mmm...much enjoyed!

QUASAR9 said...

Hi Trinity,
curious though how beautiful music is set to quite tumultuos and tempestuos emotions & feelings.

Seems we capture and hold onto moments of joy and grace, whilst we wade through the 'reality' of storms & gales, in a world full of people who at face value seem or pretend to be keen to uplift others, when really they are just bitter people who have been trodden on are are out to trod on others, and out for themselves.

And the man went home, and kicked the dog who chased the cat, who scratched the man, who got home and kicked the dog, who chased the cat ...

Rob said...

Great poem isn't it?

ann said...

You do find the most amazing poetry and music... a pleasure, all a pleasure

lotsa luv ann xxxx

Lorna said...


Kuan Gung said...

Very nice!

Margie said...

Hope you are having a wonderful weekend!
We got snow overnight...I am looking forward to Spring!

Sending hugs and smiles across the miles!


trinitystar said...

How wonderful to see you here.
hugs for you too angel.

trinitystar said...

True what you say, but you know that it is not their fault ... fear has become their nature. Cycle of fear.

Yes, I guess we do, hold on to moments of joy ... perhaps it gives us HOPE!
Thank you for your comment. It was wonderful to have you over!

trinitystar said...

I had not really read much of TS Eliot, until just recently I came across him on someone elses blog. I was interested than to read more.
And I quite liked this one ... although it is only an extract.
Wonderful indeed! :o)

trinitystar said...

mmmm It kind of reminded me your poem you wrote about the piano. :o)

trinitystar said...

Starry NIght,

It is awesome, fired with emotion.
hugs for you. :o)

trinitystar said...

I am so pleased you enjoyed it. :o)
hugs for you :o)

trinitystar said...

Glad you could pop over, nice to have you here and chillout a little.
Hugs for you :o)