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Inferno

I’ve been working on a choreography for Emma Shapplin’s The Inferno for months now.  The song stirs something in me that badly wants out. A version of the song is embedded below.

After months of reading, thinking, listening, and moving, the idea is finally beginning to find some form in motion. I need to finish it.

The quote in the image above was taken from John Ciardi’s translation.

Yes, there’s a lot aflame around here lately.  It’s an energy that needs to be channeled somewhere safe, like dance.

dandelion lawn

white fluff drifts across blossoms

the wind makes a wish

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–Lunar Euphoria

 

 

 

Everywhere

 

 

 

 

things lie in wait

 

 

 

 

 

ready to fill this void

 

 

 

 

 

 

I won’t let them.

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