Empty clones fill out some late hours, madness fills the gaps… Oh, my. The first song I’ve ever written about waiting for a loved one. Well, not since I was a young teenager ;D
Waiting for you to do. Waiting, looking at the dusty old road that stretches endlessly for as far as the eye can see. Something like the long road that looks like a face in the movie My Own Private Idaho, which was kind of an obsession of mine when I was about 14-15 years old. Perhaps Seeking the wait has something to do with the feelings this amazing movie used to bring to life in me. Maybe it’s my own private closure – though there is no closure I can sense, and I don’t think I can get any closure for that movie in particular, for it left me with the strange notion that not everything will be alright. I say strange, because that’s how it felt for a 15 year old girl. As an adult, it seems logic – but still. And though this incapability to get my closure with this story, two thoughts always come to surface after watching it (for the 56th time) – hopelessness, and hope in a surreal, wild co-existence.
|Visual Art & Music:||Michelle Elle|
|Posted:||17 December 2016|
|Purchase song:||Seeking the Wait|