Sakanatsuri: Into the Shade

One listen for this one.

I sort of let go, sort of thought about things. Some bits of this were easier to write than others but I think overall it works. As with a lot of things it’s highly impressionistic but I think it says a lot about the song.

Sakanatsuri’s “Into the Shade” is from Sadness Defines Your Happiness.

I hope you enjoy.

Quiet, quiet though growing louder. Into focus, into the present, shining , bright, endless. Cool and calm, carrying weight. There is relief but there is heaviness. Vague and specific move around each other but do not circle; they continue on, stretch and compress and remain as static as they do constantly changing.

Fragility unfolds though all is perceived as not being so and thought turns inward and grows out from there. It is a patch of respite under an overbearing sun and the ground appears cracked in places, but it also is lush and full of vegetation and this space is alive and vibrant and it changes as rapidly as it never does. It offers what it offers and in a moment all holds still and it lasts.

It offers relief and it offers joy, and it lightens the load, even if only for a held moment, and it continues on as it fades out, leaving one remaining sound to play out at the song’s end.

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