11. March, 2011 - 'Crow'
1. 'Crow at Noonday.' At Noon the the hours appear to stretch endlessly ahead. Time is on Crow's side. She spreads her plans before her like a picnic blanket...
2. 'Crow Fights the Sunset.' While it may be said that Noon is the harbinger of Sunset, Sunset is the harbinger of Day's End. Crow reaches the Sunset and looks back at what she has accomplished today, and more afflictively, what she has failed to accomplish. In the last moments before the day yields to night, Crow is frantic, angry: She screams in vain at the setting sun, 'Halt your inexorable path, you cursed thief of life.' And then it's done. The day is gone.
3. 'Crow Accepts the Night.' Though the end of day reminds Crow of her mortality, there is peace in the knowledge that what has been accomplished is what was meant to be... what was ordained to be accomplished. As for those tasks left incomplete... ah, perhaps there will be another new day.
'Headliners in the Hills.' Everyone should be blessed with headliners.
'Headliners in the Hills.' - Live Video Version
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