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Halindir - Closure

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"They planted a seed over his grave. The seed became a tree. He became a part of that tree. He grew into the wood, into the bloom. And when a sparrow ate the tree's fruit, he flew with the birds."

Comments would be appreciated.
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Cooool

Holy shit my friend John and I made a song with this same lyrical theme called "Oaken". I can't remember which of us came up with the idea originally but he wrote the lyrics and i made the music; but we never finished it because my music blew big time. It was sometime after i did Fear The Unknown. But we should resurrect the lyrics and do it again. The idea i had was a guy would die and be buried with a seed and the seed would use his body as nutrients to grow so the guy would become the tree and you would see a face in the grain of the bark, like an Ent or a Green Man; and that would personify the reincarnation of his body. So it's a physical form of reincarnation. I don't bother with the spiritual reincarnation that some people talk about; i like things to be more literal i guess.

Anyway. I think your music suits the quote you have really well. I think it has the right feeling for a sort of transition of life forms. Yeah, cool stuff.

Halindir responds:

I would definitely want to listen to "Oaken", if you made it!
Persoanlly it's the poetic and physical aspect of the concept which fascinates me a great deal.
Thank you very much for the review GraveDigger :)

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Nov 12, 2011
1:34 AM EST
Genre
Ambient
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4.8 MB
5 min 12 sec

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