Tag Archives: depression

NOT SUCH A COOL YULE

The first half of 1977 was spent sitting in my room. It wasn’t locked; I just couldn’t find many reasons for leaving. Other than one friendly human being, companionship came in the form of books and records. The small but diverse vinyl collection included a selection of the popular progressive music of the day, some […]

TOUGH WEEK?

there’s a song snatch in my fragmented brain… I’m on a train   * the space is co-created, shared. what flows into it is often pain a unique snowflake drop, individually etched with wounds.   with the pain, sadness. hello, how low?   wrenching creeping weeping.   the pain of the other infiltrates the listener. […]