Phoenix Fights

Fighting the FEAR, depression and BDP on a daily basis AND making my own bread. Bring it on 2016….

PITY PARTY TRACK 18 – SILENCE – DELIRIUM feat. Sarah Maclachlan

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Don’t have much to say as the lyrics say it all.  Except I hear ‘whirlwind’ not white wave?

Very telling, hey? 😉

Enjoy x

‘Give me release, witness me
I am outside, give me peace

Heaven holds a sense of wonder, and I wanted to believe
That I’d get caught up when the rage in me subsides

Passion chokes the flower, till she cries no more
Possessing all the beauty, hungry still for more

Heaven holds a sense of wonder, and I wanted to believe
That I’d get caught up when the rage in me subsides

In this white wave I am sinking, in this silence
In this white wave, in this silence, I believe

I have seen you in this white wave you are silent
You are breathing, in this white wave I am free

I can’t help this longing comfort me
I can’t hold it all in, if you won’t let me

Heaven holds a sense of wonder, and I wanted to believe
That I’d get caught up when the rage in me subsides

In this white wave I am sinking, in this silence
In this white wave, In this silence, I believe

I have seen you in this white wave you are silent
You are breathing, in this white wave I am free’

Read more: Delerium – Silence Lyrics | MetroLyrics

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7 thoughts on “PITY PARTY TRACK 18 – SILENCE – DELIRIUM feat. Sarah Maclachlan

  1. Sista, this is a beautiful poem. I do wish you peace. As you may have read on my blog, I am having some time with my grand children and some time off from blogging. I surround you in light and love, Barbara
    I look forward to reading more of your work when I come back… hang in there!

  2. Very effecting piece, Madame.

    And, yes, it would only benefit you to get a strong dose of salinity in your air. Any progression in your possible seaside sojourn?

    (Incidentally, I was describing your blog recently to my closest friend. She was intermittently commenting on your and my commonalities, until I mentioned your tending toward lowered mood during summer, at which point she exclaimed, “My G-d, this woman really is your wife!” [Ooooh, that’s not going to do much to buoy your spirits. Sorry.])

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