Music, Writing

I finally found my song…

Sometimes it’s not how much you write or what it’s about, the only thing which matters is having wrote anything at all.

For far too long I have had thoughts and ideas tumbling through my mind only to have them turn to smoke and disappear before reaching my fingers. I have all been searching for a song which reached deep into my heart to give my thoughts a power they have been lacking. An emotion too raw for conscience thought.

I finally found my song…


Origami Airplanes by Songs For Cinema.

With this song playing in the background I wrote the following.


‘All was silent. The stillness both comforting and disturbing. The room was small, just ten feet by ten. The walls a blank white and empty except for a full length mirror which hung opposite the single door. Soft light filled the space seeming to come from nowhere and everywhere at once.’


It isn’t much but it is a beginning.


7 thoughts on “I finally found my song…

  1. Lovely song Kira, I’m glad you found something that express’s your inner emotions, a lovely little paragraph Kira yes it’s a start to whatever you want it to be. ❤️✌️


  2. Love this Kira. Music has always been important to me. If not for an interest and some limited ability to sing and play music, I would have not faired well during the turmoil of my adolescence, and struggle with gender identity.
    I like to play music as a way to create shared experience, to share emotions, insights, feelings and experiences, that I am unable to articulate, any other way. I like that it allows me to connect with people, whom otherwise I may be unable to reach.
    Music has been my “Savior”, or at the very, least my “Drug-of-Choice” It has pulled me from the depths of depression, and lifted me to highs I could not begin to imagine. Music has been a comfort in a time of difficulty and stress, a distraction from drudgery and despair, and perhaps more importantly, inspiration and instruction.
    I do this not to entertain, but as a way to share some my experiences and feelings.

    The function of music is to release us from the tyranny of conscious thought.
    Sir Thomas Beecham (1876 – 1961)

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