Linnea Nordum – “Fog”

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As you know, I am a big fan of this singer, and yesterday she uploaded her interpretation of my first poem in the 365 daily challenge: “Fog”

here is what Linnea wrote:

This is an improvised song that I made with the poem “Fog”, written by MesAyah from his project “a 365 daily challenge”. Enjoy 😉

A damper in distress
my eyes see only the clouds
To look beneath where I am from, seems impossible
I am the rain that creates them
I am their starting point
It clouts my own vision with my past presence

But I can’t look beneath where I am from

Fog strips turn to mud
I used to know the path like the back of my hand
Now it can’t even guide me backwards
So I stumble in the dark
try to find the starting point again

But I can’t look beneath where I am from

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8 Responses to Linnea Nordum – “Fog”

  1. kvennarad says:

    I have to say that song is pretty good!

  2. alghaumon says:

    “Muz-Brah”, as one of the “Sighters” I’ve listened to and read your ambition. If it possible have you the wonder to use a poem WITH the MUSE itself? There’s a bit that was written for J.C.Davis, it’s called “A Smiling Dog” /( If it fits your storyboard, let me know.
    …Appreciate all the mind yeasts.

  3. LOVE this beautiful song. So much talent and so wonderful when artists collaborate.
    Magic happens!
    Looking forward to following both MesAya & Linnea Nordum to the heavens and back.

  4. This is a gorgeous song! Thank you for sharing it! There is so much out there to see and hear that we will never find, so I appreciate links like this. Thank you also for stopping by and liking one of my posts!

  5. This is so beautiful! I can’t stop listening to it. For me, it has the same emotional power as Imogen Heap’s Hide And Seek. I mean this is the most complimentary of ways, truly. Great collaboration!

  6. dehk says:

    I can listen to that all day.

  7. Ron Lewis says:

    The music and the words are hauntingly beautiful! I love it!

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