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Menoizikul; Midweek Muscalisms

Now, let us travel to Vietnam where...

"Just like a flower, I feel attracted to butterflies flying about
thinking we are destined for each other
But butterflies come and go
Just like the water, I feel attracted to fish diving around
thinking we are destined for each other
But so easily fish are fooled by earthly lures."

10 comments:

  1. it's sweet and it fits to a day when we are at our own...

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  2. Would love to visit Vietnam one day, although, I have to admit, not particularly to listen to this music.
    Cheers! Gail.

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  3. O, such a nice song and visuals.
    Vietnam is one place I would like to see.

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  4. i prefer my visits to be virtual, and those flowers in slow mo were so beatiful. i think vietnam is a lot like Florida. you are blessed you have travel for real and can still travel without leaving home. i prefer my traveling in books. I just went through three days of a hurricane, by book of course

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  5. What a beautiful visual to go with today's music you have for us today!!
    Hugs cecilia

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  6. What a beautiful video and such pretty music.

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  7. It is lovely and yet so alien to our western ears - something to do with the very different modal scales of Eastern music. It's been none stop here for weeks following the loss of Jane's mum, - I could say so much about this and yet I sense it is best to wait and not write for a while more. There is still a funeral to navigate next week - I might get back to blogging after that, but for now, just reading if not writing. Take care friend.

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  8. Vietnam has such beautiful scenery (At least in this song). Thanks for sharing. This is really intersting.

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  9. We decided to describe it as a bit haunting. Xxx Mr T & F

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  10. Something about this reminds me of the sounds of India. Just my untrained ears, I am sure. namaste, janice xx

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