+ My songs to a certain degree contain a document
of incidents that happened. Sometimes it takes
many years to write about them.. they're not necessarily
+ I don't know who I am, but life is for learning.
+ It's easy for me to be patient in that I have
a lot of balls in the air. So at the point where
I'm trying to force something and it's not happening,
and I'm getting frustrated with, say, writing
a poem, I can go and pick up the brushes and start
painting. At the point where the painting seems
to not be going anywhere, I go and pick up the
+ I would have been an athlete, but I had a lot
of childhood illnesses that developed a solitude
and a deepening and fostered "artisticness."
+ My name had gone stale, and no matter how progressive
I got, it was my time to die.
+ Sorrow is so easy to express and yet so hard
+ I think I'm a habitual documenter, visually
and song-ically. I think the chords I choose are
a document of where I'm at at any given time,
that they depict.. if not the state I'm in at
the time that I create it.. at least the companion
for the story.