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Tethered to time tacet terminal
Intellect’s teething toy that takes its toll

Spinning round the shell that houses thee
Door to what will always never be

Empty steady begets plentiful
Heavy shedding all the joy it stole

(Falcon storm or song?)
Matter-factly from trembling hands
(None yet may be wrong)
From fractured fingers the flowing sands

Pressure on your eyes the colors glow
(In the eye that sees)
Hues of stars – with their structures bestowed
(Not its seeing thus can it be)

Mundanities ever mysterious
(Multitudinous mirrors for that tower’s seed)
Fertile beacons of radical trust

Exhumed rudimentary reverie
Found beneath thee

Disconnected dots all dreaming
Dreadful certainties weaving
Fragments from familiar motion
Refuge in what comes undone

Understated secrets seeping
Out from lapses in between

Pulses’ pregnant poignancy
Extending far beyond the yous and mes

Goallessness oh humblest glory
Blissfull nauseous tumbling

Fickle finitudes dividing
Deathlessness’ ever widening

Windows spinning sky betrays
Becoming’s cunning masquerade


from Dwelling Lightheartedly In The Futility Of Everything, released February 13, 2015
Matthew Daher - all instruments, miscellaneous sonorities except:

Corinna Rose - Vocals


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Matthew Daher is a drummer, composer, producer, and improviser based in Detroit, MI. His creative endeavors and practices are driven by gnostic curiosity and are a vehicle for ontological exploration. His performance and composition work covers a wide range of sonic territory that includes ambient, electroacoustic, free jazz, hip-hop, and folk. ... more

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