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A Comment On 2 Songs By Gary Grimshaw

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Month
April
Year
1967
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I heard your song, my son so clear and yet so lonely in the night. The enchantment of its melancholy beauty Transported me through space and time to moon-lit waters of a blue lagoon. In the quiet of the night, a golden maiden played a dulcimer. A nightingale sang a song of youth and beauty that stirred my senses with such violence as to test the very sinews that bound me to my reason. I was once again the young King in the timeless land. The golden maiden was my queen. Though now, we are as strangers when we meet, I understand that you are different from the rest. In the quiet of the night, when the beauty of your song stirs my heart, My lonely soul cries out to you, my son, ----for under standing. Detroit 32767 (note: the "2 songs by Gary Grimshaw" appeared in WORK.4, published by the Artists1 Workshop PressDetroit)