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Samantha Wolverton ‘Moon’ : Emotions fresh, as the begotten Summer, of sunshine experiences, awaiting another turn.

Samantha Wolverton / Photo: Saul Stoogenke

Samantha is a floating leaf, in a calm autumn morning, falling into the slowness of the creek below, with all of the past and future, depicted in its wispy desires. As the water’s chill hits with embrace, the leaf resides into the character of life – that slice of life – where the surroundings of the world, wave goodbye, just as new encounters surprise at every stone.

“This is a very personal song from childhood memories,” said Samantha. “At night I would look up at the moon whenever missing one of my parents (they lived in different states). I would view it as a connection to the person I missed. To go off the childlike idea the beginning measures have a young feel; the remaining parts of the song are a conflict between present and that dream-like state that eventually returns to reality.”

Ripe turns of this and that, coalesce into a fond memory soup. The stars, the planets, the galaxies – all dance – to the tune of a personal and deep account.

Emotions fresh, as the begotten Summer, of sunshine experiences, awaiting another turn.

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