- ******************ALTON SLATERMy name is Steinway PianoHandsThe piano keys are my digitsWhites and blacks live side by sideIn harmony through my touchI perform finger ballet dancingSteps of crisp lightning octavesEverest scales climbing heightsArpeggios graced in skipping leapsSchubert sings through my soulWith a voice that captivatesand enraptures all the sweetlongings of living lovelinessBach takes a turn of the notesWith intricacies going for BaroqueThat Well tempered thing needsa special tuning for equal sonoritiesBeethoven onstage hears aurallywithout ears offering Fur EliseHis Moonlight sonata movesRock hardened souls to tearsTchaikovshy makes poignancyInto emotions sought afterLike lovers bathing in tears ofEnrapturing erotic embraceStavinsky has Rites that SpringDancers onto the stage of lifeThe puppet Petrouska no longerHas strings to make him frownMy name is Steinway PianoHandsI take encore after encoreperforming ubiquitously forHearts craving divine cohesionPIETER S. SAMARAThe strength and passion of the attached message is something we should remember forever. It is truly a wonderful and touching work of art by just another human being in New York City. It may take a few minutes to download the presentation, but the wait will be amply rewarded when you see it, and I suspect it will put some things into perspective for those of us who are so consumed with our daily lives and well being.
Be well and take care!
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View this emotionally moving Flash Tribute dedicated to the people who lost their lives and to all the heroes who responded to 911. - From a resident of New York to all Americans
RASHMI MOORJANIThis one doesn't require patience. Listen to the piano in the
Regarding relationships, on another list i wrote:
Over 50% of marriages end in divorce - which
means the amount of unhappy relationships is way higher.
A fact of life for which can't be changed.
The conclusion to draw from that will vary - from
refraining from relationships to continuing unhappy
ones. The similarity with "seeking behavior" isn't a coincidence.
Memory is but a record of events.
Without stimulus the act of finding can't be remembered.
No feelings asking to be gratified, no thoughts running,
nothing "pops up" even while memory is intact
and senses are functioning.
That could be called "peace"...