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Monday, March 26, 2007

Surreal O'Rama Song Poem Contest Winner Number 2 !!!!



A Piney Path
(Click on the title to hear the song)

By Diana K. Woodhouse


I walk along a piney path
Then sit beside a tree
I spy a ray of bright sunlight
Filtered through canopy

I sense a glow upon my face
Feeling your warmth and loving grace
A chill goes down my spine
Enchanted by this peace of mine

Still more amazed by heart and soul
Emotion like a flame
It brings us joy and makes us whole
When we forsake it brings us shame

Oh how you shelter and protect
We take for granted and neglect
You give us fuel to grow
And knowledge that we’ll never know

Your precious gifts, a prodigy
Let us embrace your mystery

NEXT WINNING SONG WILL BE POSTED ON APRIL 2!!!!

8 comments:

Pinball King said...

Wait a minute, if it gives us "knowledge that we'll never know", then how do we know that we have obtained the knowledge?!

Billy Sugarfix said...

I think the answer to this question (and many others) can only be found on a Piney Path.

dedtony said...

Haha...NICE track..Congratulations to the songpoem author...Another trippy track here to for arrangement...I'm listening as I type here..This is some neo-hippy musical coolness..Again NICE track...VERY cool..

Anonymous said...

What's making the wierd high sound that happens sort of at the middle of the song and at the end too?

Billy Sugarfix said...

The sound you refer to is merely vocals, recorded at half speed and then sped up. My heroes have always been chipmunks.

Diana said...

I liked Billy's answer to the question about "knowledge that we'll never know"! :) Actually, it is just a play on words to decribe my spititual feelings about being ok with not knowing all the answers. We humans have the intellegence to understand that not everything as we understand it now is static and written in stone, but that our understanding of the universe is dynamic and changes as we evolve and as we become more intellegent. Part of the gift of life IS the learning process and the process of growth and not necessarily what we think we already know.

Anonymous said...

Pretty good! Deep thought!
Austin, Texas

Anonymous said...

Nice work Diana....fits the paintings. Don't know how you manage to get it all done.
pacopaco