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February 22, 2016

Resurected Red Rock Faith

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 11:23 am

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the deep sun drenched, calm, perfect island of Nantucket! Great to be with you on this most beautiful day on this little sand bar created 11,500 years ago by “The Last Great Ice Age”. Historic Hyannis Harbor to be specific, this Twenty-Second Day of February, 2016, and it as a true pleasure to be ’spilling some ink on dead trees’ today.

It goes without saying, on a day like today, the great waters call, so this ‘message in a bottle’ must be short and to sweet…  The Cardinal, The Great Blue Heron, The White Swan await in an awesome peace.  Wilderness is a gift that cannot be bought or sold; much higher vibration level than that of man’s lust for power and more.

The never ending selfishness of man, an engineered greed.


The captioned title ‘Today” is a song written, produced and presented by the late, great John Denver in a 1974 concert nestled high up in the foothills of Morrison, Colorado, or what the ‘locals’ refer to as “Red Rocks”. A natural amphitheater boasting Cathedral like red rocks that jut high up into the atmosphere, looking down upon the lights of Colorado’s capital, Denver, breathtaking natural beauty. A venue for music and other arts that must be experienced before being noted upon…

This reporter has ‘experienced’ many concerts at this most sacred spot, privileged to witness Mr. Denver only a few years after this LIVE concert in ‘74, the family returning to the state where this “humble” reporter arrived on the scene of this most interesting, rather dense third dimensional plane… John was keenly aware of what the race of man has done to the Earth’s precious environment (her animal kingdom, her precious plant life, her waters, her soil, her air, her spirit…), over the centuries. No crimes so glaring as the criminality of big corporate pollution promulgated worldwide, mostly in ‘emerging nations’, most damage occurring over the course of the past half of the20th, followed closely by more and more of the same insanity (please SEA bp oil spill of 2010; “Hello! think McFly! is this thing on!?”–credit the 1985 classic film, “Back to the Future!”), in these first states of the 21st.  All for the purpose of storing more riches underground for the kings and queens and for those who need it not, as they cower under same said planet they have plundered, pillaged, raped and ravaged for all those a mentioned years prior, thinking that somehow, in someway, with some ‘unknown known’ cosmic loophole they will get away with it, you know, ‘at the end of the day…’.

Apparently forgetting where the real POWER truly resides…

However, for those who still have heart and soul, for for those who still have LOVE and FAITH, this song is for you. Have a Wonderful week ahead; AHOY!

“Today, while the blossoms still cling to the vine, I’ll taste your strawberries, I’ll drink your sweet wine… A million tomorrow’s shall all pass away, dare I forget all the Joy that is mine…TODAY.

I’ll be a dandy, and I’ll be a rover, you’ll know who I am by the songs that I sing…  I’ll feast on your table, I’ll rest in your clover, who cares what tomorrow shall bring…

Today, while the blossoms still cling to the vine, I’ll taste your strawberries, I’ll drink your sweet wine.  A million tomorrow’s will all pass away, dare I forget all the Joy that is mine today…

I can’t be contented, with yesterday’s glory, I can’t live on promises, winter to spring.  Today is my moment, NOW is my story…  I’ll laugh, I’ll cry, and I’ll sing…

Today, while the blossoms still cling to the Vine, I’ll taste your strawberries, I’ll drink your sweet wine.  A million tomorrow’s shall pass away, dare I forget all the JOY that is mine…



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