I have always had a passion for music. This love has fueled a passion to create songs that are deep, honest and pure.
I saw music as a means of communication from an early age; I sang in the pram to unsuspecting persons when out for walks. Before I could walk, I crawled to the piano in the lounge where I listened to my mother play.
Some years later, studying Music at Queen’s University, Belfast and being an organ scholar generates eclecticism. Music, art, literature, nature and people inspire my thoughts. My style is sensitive and contemplative or, as I like to put it, ‘Reflectivism’.
I hope to pursue a career in music; for me, writing is something inherent and sits alongside the essentials of daily life. I hope the challenge and purpose I get from songwriting gives your listening ears satisfaction.
i walked. i felt like there was a transparent sheet between my body and the world. it couldn’t hurt me.
i kept walking. i stopped when i made it to a church and hopped over its wall and sat, protected on the other side. trees stood, watching over me.
the leaves were lying: “surround me”.
i lift them up. they smell and feel like earthy notelets. i compress them and they submit to my grip and quietly let out a spectrum of crackles. there was music in my head; like a lullaby. i looked towards the hill and saw lights suspended in the black sheet. no pattern – except its artificial pattern.
i realized it was not so much a transparent sheet around me, but rather, something which represented a mirror.
aren’t we all the same? Boil our minds down and we are left with a need for Love.
we get distracted. we get confused. we get hurt.
Love does remain.
i know that, because i am limping;
i lost Love; It was stolen.
But i can see It now, outside the pane, and when it gets warmer i can open the window a little more