musicology #0730

AHYMNFORCON #35

10:40am September 24/2014.

With a heavy, broken heart and intense struggle I managed these final words as I watched my beautiful 19 year old daughter slip away…with this song playing in my soul.

John Coltrane – Part 4 – PSALM

“In YOUR light I learn how to love,

In your beauty how to make poems,

You dance inside my chest where no-one sees you

but sometimes I do and THAT sight becomes this art”

Today is the final day of my ’30 Day’ musicologyMass and tribute to Constance.

ALWAYS in my heart, soul and thoughts kohzu..with eternal love Dadzu x

Until we meet again x x

aHymnForCon.Coffin.SEP.24.14

musicology#0729

AHYMNFORCON #35

Anouar Brahem – L’Infini Jour

“When a relationship of love is disrupted, the relationship does not cease. The love continues; therefore, the relationship continues.” Eternally x

ConisChan.

musicology#0728

ahymnforcon #34

Jackie Mittoo and Winston Wright – Guiding Light

“Be like a branch of a tree; flex your body to face ‘wind of sorrow’; flex little harder to dance in the ‘wind of happiness’.”  – Santosh Kalwar

Con.JULY6.2011

musicology #0727

ahymnforcon #33

Alhaji Kwabena Frimpong & his Cubano Fiestas – Kyenkyen Bi Adi M’Awu

(Come Back My Love)

“Un-winged and naked, sorrow surrenders its crown to a throne called grace.” x

Con.JULY9.2011

musicology #0726

ahymnforcon #32

Doreen Schaeffer – This Love

“It means much to have loved, to have been happy, to have laid my hand on the living Garden, even for a day.”

it means SO much .. thank you kohzu x

youngCon

musicology #0725

aHymnForCon #31

the Gaylads – Joy In The Morning

“Some of you say, “Joy is greater than sorrow,” and others say, “Nay, sorrow is the greater.”
But I say unto you, they are inseparable.
Together they come, and when one sits alone with you at your board, remember that the other is asleep upon your bed.” ― Kahlil Gibran,

x

Con.18

musicology #0724

aHymnForCon #30

Eleni Karaindrou – Prayer

“And then it was, that grief and pain made themselves known to me as never before. Note this, because I knew the full absurdity of Fate and Fortune and Nature more truly than a human can bear to know it. And perhaps the description of this, brief as it is, may give consolation to another. The truth is, you cannot prepare anyone for this, nor convey an understanding of it through language. It must be known. And this I would wish on no one in the world.” – Ann Rice

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