The WilderSoul Rendition of I See You


Ha!  No, not a sea of words this morning, hiding under a vague, somewhat-unrelated and overly-long title.  How about music instead?  This is my friend WilderSoul’s rendition of an old poem that I wrote, back when I engaged in such frills as poetry.  I am deeply humbled that someone would want to sing one of my poems, and in such a perfect way no less.  My hats off.  Please have a listen.

For my money, the person I read who most writes poetry that sounds like music in my ears is Pete Armetta.  I’m sure he’s a poet, but I know he’s a songwriter.   Now if he and WilderSoul ever got together to sing songs, I’m pretty sure my head would explode.  Most of you know Pete, but for those that don’t, here’s his poems:

Dream hard, rage hard.

38 thoughts on “The WilderSoul Rendition of I See You

  1. Awesome NB. Have been to her site, she’s very creative (and she must be constantly on the go!) This was such a great surprise…I’m thinking Daniels needs to pop over…

    1. I really think so. You have musical talent. This WilderSoul reminds me a bit of you, multi-talented in many artistic ways. Except, you know, she’s much funnier than you.

        1. That would require me to do more poetry, which ain’t gonna happen. I’d like to hear Anasera do one of her own poems – or one of yours. That would make my day.

    1. Got nothing to do with me, Doc, the music is everything, it’s the soul. Amazing what something heartfelt can do to even mundane writing.

      Where have you been? You absence is always noted.

    1. Oh shit. Can you believe it. Well, what a fucking coincidence. I don’t know why I’m laughing about it but I am. I still think you suck though (now I’m kidding). I respect the hell out of that other blog.

    2. Oh how hilarious. You two…. OM Free at Last, huh? 🙂 I’m glad you had a row, because it drew me back to have a look at this post, and there are such lovely comments about my singing. I’m all abashed now.

  2. I had never even heard of Soundcloud. Seems like a good idea, except that they wanted me to sign up in order to listen. Couldn’t find it on YouTube.

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