Totally lovely, this music. Are these Ohio scenes?
Magnificent.The spirit of John Keats is alive and well in the spirit of Nin, who has a way of reminding us that everything about Ohio is not bad. Not the trees and streams certainly, and not the poet who dwells with them.Hopefully there will still remain at least a few autumnal leaves on the trees, after the last Republican is gone.
I have to comment to TC, because I love Keats and also because Nin's blog came on a day when I heard about fracking in my Ohio stomping ground. There is music still in the woods and vales of Harrison County --- much like these of Nin's. You can see the fracking story here at http://www.thetortoisefactor.com/2012/10/my-hometown-is-fracking-harrison-county-ohio/
Ah yes, after the last Republican and the fracking . . .I voted today, which took FOREVER. They don't want it to be easy, so the parking lot is full and there is no place to park and the place is not the most accessible and . . .But at least there were a lot of people casing votes, and the ones ahead of me for the first time.
So I'm hearing now, "It's all down to what happens in Ohio..."And I'm thinking, Oh my.Remembering back to the day when my heart was lifted, here, by the wild idea planted in a Nin comic -- Elizabeth Warren!Downhill all the way ever since that moment.
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