Re: the white tent the raft
<orangeclouds <at> juno.com>
2003-05-09 12:41:26 GMT
well, it hasn't been dealt with since i've been here - a couple of years.
but the song you speak of didn't grab me & say anything to me. i may have
missed it's time. some things have a time that if you hear it when it's
energy is strongest, when it is presented at it's time to exsist out here
in the world, then you catch it's purpose. i however missed it. came on
the scene ever so late. same must go for the bird in the gravel. it was
like "what the hell?" absolutely lost on me. i was so sad about it to,
b/c i was so excited to have it & watch it but then it said nothing to
me. must not've been for me. she, however, DID do all the rest of the
stuff for ME. i totally caught them & was like, wow. yeah, i hear ya. i
know exactly what you are saying, girl. that is too too cool.
On Thu, 08 May 2003 20:05:20 -0400 B Merrill <merrillb <at> crisny.org>
> Dear Siblings,
> Is "the white tent the raft" the most difficult of Jane's songs,
> and lyrically?
> I've only begun to puzzle over it. And the significance of the tense
> of "the white tent the raft," which Jane INSISTS upon, is itself
> (now) the
> biggest puzzle.