“It Happened Again” – Song By: Ronnie and Heather Whitley Gibson

Stop sign ahead, it happened again
breeze in the trees, tears in your eyes
it’s Cezanne’s Mt. Rainier,
balanced on his back, the time traveled to find
painted in solitude, the easel wedged between
the sand and the stone, it’s still time taken
colors awaken, it’s happened to you

the time to find, what he could find true
the path still taken, it’s happened to you
it’s the love, from a beautiful song
the imagined image
blinking eyes emerge

a bird parading, a light purple flare
happiness so near, the pain that swings
it’s warm pouches of clouds
silent strained, looking so slow, in water, in life
hanging below, the sweetness of falling
the shunted sunspot, lids slant shut
like a child walks home on a Sunday crawling
to find the unfindable tear

the time to find, what he could find true
the path still taken, it’s happened to you
it’s the love, from a beautiful song
laughing and loving
never forgetting the falling

the time to find, what he could find true
the path still taken, it’s happened to you
it’s the love, from a beautiful song
laughing and loving
never forgetting the falling

the song everyone plays
it happened again

the sweetness of grace

Take A Listen To “It Happened Again”

“Consider The Void” – Song By: lodato

the components of luminosities
has me fixed in my comfortable chair
my comfortable chair
with a natural expression
of ultimate peacefulness
the matrix of these tendencies
activate my senses of identity
how pristine this state
how pure the wanting
all weight has lifted
all weight
all weight has been lifted
ah it’s all gone
all
consider the void
consider the void
all weight
all weight has gone
consider the void
consider the void
components of luminosities
has got me fixed in
my comfortable chair.

To Hear This Song Click On: lodato’s music page

XPO RADIO CHARTS: From Heather Whitley & Ronnie Gibson: with less than 5 hrs..

Outlet

Outlet (Photo credit: Angela de Março)

#2………………# 1   less than 5 hours!  We are in the number two spot. With less than 5 hrs, to go please go to register as fan, http://xporadio.com , go to the rock genre, click on “Outlets”, while song is playing, click on ( add to playlist)! Thanks! For All the support! H & R

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We have been on this internet radio site for a long time and just now gaining a following. At the end of each month the number one song in each genre,as well as the number one song in the top forty, receives a cash prize. As of right now we are number one in the rock genre, as well as the top forty. We are keeping our fingers crossed, getting the word out the best we can and keeping our eye on the prize.

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“Filling Up The Sky” – Song By: Ronnie and Heather Whitley Gibson

Mountains and parachutes
a dagger in the sand
a circle with no connection
you will understand
each note it touches, is
upside down
each time that I was up
I’m falling upside down

the trouble is
your always around
who said it once
who said it twice
who wears the crown

there is five notes
I feel that I’m going nowhere
black smoke is filling up the sky
choking the air

we do not admit, we
do not see
please pick up the pieces
we feel were flying free

and if you miss
the circle in the sky
there are no answers
and you will wonder why

you can count forever
and never reach the end
backwards and forwards
death never does pretend

the trouble is
your always around
who said it once
who said it twice
who wears the crown

there is five notes
I feel that I’m going nowhere
black smoke is filling up the sky
choking the air

Mountains and parachutes
a dagger in the sand
a circle with no connection
you will understand.

Take A Listen To “Filling Up The Sky”

What Is A Modern Myth?

Speech Given By: James Curcio

I’ve had many discussions with people over the past few years about why myth is important. Much of these discussions come down to a misunderstanding about what the word “myth” means, so what could have been an interesting discussion about politics, permaculture, literature (or sex or food for that matter) becomes a lesson in semantics.
I’d like to avoid rehashing that argument, and toward that end, give a definition of myth that all of us can wrap our heads around. And I hope as a result of it you will see why this is such a crucial issue to explore, as it has relevance in regard to every other discipline of study.

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http://www.modernmythology.net