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Stumbled upon this beautiful poem by Robert Frost –

Dust of Snow
The way a crow
Shook down on me
The dust of snow
From a hemlock tree
Has given my heart
A change of mood
And saved some part
Of a day I had rued.
– Robert Frost

So real and subtle, like the quiet ripples that form when a dragonfly touches the surface of a pond. No metaphor, just simple images and a true-to-the-heart feeling, and it provokes beautiful imagery and emotions. This reminds me that lyric writing should be like this, keep it true, keep it simple, keep it close-to-the-heart.


Thanks to the Les Paul Google Doodle for the marked decrease in productivity and self indulgence broken loose. Here’s my humble interpretation on a few tunes on the steel guitar doodle:

La Vie En Rose

Seek Ye First

偶遇 Encounter

Swan Lake

You Are My Sunshine


Love Me Tender

Bell Tower (a piano song I learned as a kid)

Lullaby (Johannes Brahms – Op.49 No.4 Wiegenlied)

別讓我步過 – 王雅文

痴情意外 – 陳慧嫻

藍色的愛麗絲 (痴情意外原版) – 玉置浩二

剪愛 – 張惠妹

沙灘 – 陶喆

沙堡壘 – 容祖兒

聽海 – 張惠妹

思憶季節 – 張學友

浪淘沙 – 羅文 + 華星新秀 (莫鎮賢、歐陽德勛、林楚麒、戴蘊慧、蘇永康、張衛健、杜德偉)

幾許風雨 – 羅文

人生何處不相逢 – 陳慧嫻

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