Aiming At More Freedom 2012

Aiming At More Freedom

 

Each time I play

I think I’m fine and firm.

It’s fun, I feel fulfilled.

I listen back. I wasn’t free.

How to play more musically?

(Or if you want to use the word)

Progress?

To sense completion –

What a blessing that would be!

Or is the trip continuous?

A  boundless one?

An endless one?

A ceaseless one?

A changing and ongoing one,

Eternal and ethereal,

A source to dig from, build on.

 

Aiming At More Freedom 8.9.2012

Vaguely About Music II; the Processes: Creative Thinking, Meditative II;

Arlene Corwin

 

 

 

That State #2 2009

                That

 

State #2

You’ve reach that state.

You’ve got it.

Even when and if you’re tipsy,

That

state doesn’t go away,

It coloring the stuff you say,

It

holding sway

Permanently.

© That State 1.12.2009

A Sense Of The Ridiculous; To The Child Mystic;

Arlene Corwin

 

 

 

How Does It Work 2004

  How Does It Work?

You’ve no idea

What you are doing.

No idea.

You play a chord,

(Each day a chord)

No methods, systems,

Preconceptions –

Nonetheless,

They’re there,

Somewhere

As mattress stuffing –

Limiting,

Defining,

So that chaos can’t destroy you.

Resting on it

You create.

A kind of waiting on

Creation’s intimations,

And of things available

You spread your fingers.

Out it comes:

Disharmonic,

Sounding fine,

Texture, color, line

Just right for the occasion.

©How Does It Work? 04.6.19

Definitely Didactic; Vaguely About Music; The Processes: Creative, Thinking, Meditative;

Arlene Corwin

Employable And Still Enjoyable

Employable And Still Enjoyable

Over seventy and got a gig.

A blessing in this age-ist day

When pensioners are sloughed away

Funneled into categ-

ories;

Shoved or gently eased.

I’m pleased.

© Employable and Still Enjoyable 2.21.2008

Circling Round Wrinkles; Vaguely About Music;

Arlene Corwin

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