It evoked the kind of sounds I like to make, with its ambivalent imagery.
It speaks to me of the eternal feminine, and the pathos of distance, all via the language of Space.
Of how the need to repel includes the need to attract; and how the need to hide is allied to the need to expose .... One-Self ...
The sky is quilted, with double crochets,
Peace magenta horizon,
Fisted stars torch,
Blinded milky way,
As it rollercosters
Around a tangled moon.
Where does she stay,
On black nights?
Tucked under, no doubt,
Warming toes, and solar flares.
Surfing puddles in a riddle,
Gleaming on windows.
Or hidden in a lagoon,
Drawing waves like a blanket,
Far from Peeping Toms
Where would you be?
[Black Nights, by Shirley Kobar]
Bill Boethius: guitars, bass, synths
Shirley Kobar, vocals and words,
Bill Boethius, sounds and production
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