THE GRASS IS SINGING pt XV of The Waste Land cycle by Joel Sattler, based on the poem by TS Eliot New Acoustic

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joel_sattlersongs   commented 4yr+12mo ago


THE GRASS IS SINGING pt XV of The Waste Land cycle by Joel Sattler part IV of "What the Thunder Said" based on the poem by TS Eliot a woman drew out her long black hair tight and fiddled whispered music on those long black strings and hats with baby faces in the violet light whistled in the dark, and beat their bat-like wings and crawled head downward down a blackened wall and upside down were towers, towers in the air and reminiscent bells tolled hours down the hall and voices singing out of the exhausted wells but still the grass is singing over tumbled graves still the grass is singing and something can be saved in this decaying hole among the mountain swell in the faintest moonlight, the grass is singing about the empty chapel, a windowless shell the wind has come home at last, the door is swinging dry bones can harm no one the bells the bells they echo a cock stood on the rooftree explaining once again co co rico rico co co rico rico and in a flash of lightning a damp gust bringing rain and still the grass is singing over tumbled graves still the grass is singing so something can be saved ================