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Apr 13, 2005


Kasey Martin

I've never tried, no. However, a friend of mine did make this into a song, unfortunately I don't have a copy of it. Also unfortunately, I don't play any instrument myself and seeing as I've only ever been interested in playing the drums I doubt that would help me much in making this into a song of my own.


kasey, this is a great poem! you said this is as close as you get to writing lyrically, but this almost sounded like a song. have you ever tried songwriting?

Kasey Martin

Thought I'd throw a little change up after the my last post. This one is pretty straight forward as to it's meaning. The funny thing is it came from a very dark period of my life, but as I was in the midst of writing some other stuff I took a step back and thought, "you know, I'd really like to write something as a praise to God". This is probably the closest I come to writing lyrically.


been visiting with you here

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