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In loving memory of Dorothy Michael 1961-2008

It's been four years, and I still cry whenever I think upon every moment that led to her death. I used to wander aimlessly, wondering what my mother would do when faced with a situation like mine. In an extreme case, I wanted to join her wherever she was. Now I have grown, but I cannot say that I have completely healed. The wounds I received from losing her will be in my heart until the day I find rest in the Lord.

Until then, Mama, eternal rest be upon your soul.

The music was composed on FL Studio 10 and took me a day or two to finish.

EDIT 14 Oct 2012: This piece has been repurposed and is now the ending theme for The Hut in Ayre Forest.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well done, well done work. I'm sorry for your lost, Trois. Downloaded, rated and faved. Thank you for making this wonderful song, my friend.

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Troisnyx responds:

I'm glad this song has moved you. Thank you so much for listening. :')


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Reach for the Stars my friend :)

Troisnyx responds:

I'll do my best. : )


Rated 5 / 5 stars

As I sit here, writing this, there's a tear in my eye and a lump in my throat. This is truly a wonderful piece. You've poured your soul into this and all your grief and your love and memories reflect through this music. This is what music is all about, this is the power of music. To convey that which words can't say, express that which words fail at.

You have my respect, and I'm truly sorry for your loss. May the Lords watch over you, and hopes that you one day may find solace.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a very beautiful piece. I'm quite agreed with what NobleOneNinja said below. The piano is great, although a recording from a real piano would be better. After all, that way you can also capture more emotion. The sax (I think?) is a great subtle touch to it all. I like the simplicity of the song and the emotion it conveys. The song also loops well, as I really didn't notice the looping until I noticed that it had been playing for quite a while.
Very excellent job, and I hope you can find some solace somewhere. If you ever need to talk to someone, I'm here to listen. You know where to find me. ^_^ <3

Take care.

~Phyrnna ^_^ <3

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Troisnyx responds:

It was an oboe, not a sax, though I can understand picking one over the other.
Thanks for the review, and I trust we'll speak soon.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very inspiring song. I like how you decided to make a song from your heart, that's the way music should be. When you feel real emotions and put them into a song, I think then is when a songwriter/composer stands out as his/her best. Congrats you get all my stars!

5/5 and my respect.

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Troisnyx responds:

I thank you for holding this piece, and for holding me in this much esteem. :')