Juni Poet ‘Ways to Grow Old’ : Grips with delicate and empathetic exuberance.

Juni Poet

What we want from life, is a forever chain that hinges on the next few steps. There is more future, in the coming pages of living. The future is now, even if it doesn’t feel like it.

Dreams are formed to propel us toward that world over that horizon. And in ‘Ways to Grow Old’, Juni Poet, reminds us of the delicate sentiments of our existence – of “the world in front and the world behind our eyes’. It’s a world that is how we can make of it.

“But what if you feel like you’ve grown old in your mind wile still young? What if you feel like you’ve wandered for so long that you don’t even know where you started and are now just tired, ready to stop the endless search for meaning?”

Deep breaths and even deeper attempts to unlock our balance.

Juni’s palpable delivery of the seemingly unreachable is built into the song, and it grips with delicate and empathetic exuberance.

We have to start somewhere. Might as well be here. This minute with Juni Poet.


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