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Two Compositions Decouple And Train Passengers Get Off The Tracks At Station Vila Militar : http://newish.info/24776-two-compositions-decouple-and-train-passengers-get-off-the-tracks-at-station-vila-militar
Dynamo of Volition, Jason Mraz “I’ve got the dynamo of volition, With po-pole position”
** Ludacris has a song with volition in the title, but not in the lyrics. I’ll leave it up to you to decide if that counts **
Also in song: abolitionist, proposition, compositions, procreation, statistics, hallucinatory - great words, if not unique.
Icarus is the first of a few commissions from my summer donation drive to get this new computer. It was commissioned by forumgoer and fellow Homestuck Colin “Geekthras” Stanfill. He was one of many who really helped me out when I was in a very bad place over the summer and this is my way of showing gratitude!
Icarus is a solo piano work that is reflective of the old Greek myth about flight. It features some of my favorite things: fast tempos, mixed meter, and dorian modes! I had a fantastic time writing this and it has quickly grown to be one of my most favorite tracks I’ve ever written!
This is the first full length piece from my upcoming collection of compositions album I plan on releasing! Stay tuned for some more little pieces of it as it gets closer! I plan on releasing it before the end of the year!
Thanks for listening.
I stared at my phone. Hesitated. But after a million second thoughts, I decided to answer the call anyway.
“Oh. Hi,” the voice on the other line said, obviously surprised that I answered his call.
“Hello,” I said. Again.
“Why are you still up?”
“Well..” I started searching for an answer and settled with “I have my reasons.”
He still hasn’t changed. He still keeps asking follow-up questions. This habit of his has always amazed yet annoyed me at the same time.
“Reasons which are none of your concern, I suppose,” I finally answered.
“Oh,” was all he could say.
Awkward silence followed then.
He broke the silence by attempting to crack a joke. “Bet you’re waiting for my call,” he said, adding a little laugh.
“Funny that you asked,” I said, “but no, I wasn’t.”
Then his voice grew serious.
“Do you miss us? Me in particular?” he asked.
I’ve long waited for him to ask that question. I know exactly how to answer it now.
“If there’s anything I miss about us, it’d only be the friendship. Nothing more and definitely nothing less.”
And for some reasons, the line suddenly went dead.