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The result of untrespassed thinking is the phobia of everyone assuming we have lost it,
or the fear we will be burned at the stake (metaphorically or certainly [has happened]),
yet no matter if your thoughts prove false, even if your ideas or claims are said absurd,
trespass into untrespassed thinking, anyway, and expect nobody to believe you, ever.
Trade your vain desire(s) for the world to believe you for cynical listeners and viewers;
let them find out on their own accord and may they “whoa!” and admit you were right.

To sham friendships...

When friendship ends inexplicably, it was never real from the very beginning,
because the person you thought a friend remained friendly to you long enough
to be entertained and listened to awhile; and then when their voids are filled,
or when the mouths of their ravenous voids open wider you can no longer fill,
they are quick to forsake your existence like a petty moth to a futilizing fire,
to which the friendship atrophy begins to eat away at you like Cardionecrosis.


Instrumental Music I often listen to:

Future World  New Beginnings [link]
The Lonely Shepherd – Gheorghe Zamfir  [link] (quite possibly the best flute masterpiece)
El Condor Pasa – Gheorghe Zamfir [link] (not quite as good, but second best)
Two Steps from Hell – Archangel [link]
Two Steps from Hell  Strength of a Thousand Men [link]
Two Steps from Hell – Protectors of the Earth [link]
Two Steps from Hell  Heart of Courage [link]
Inception – Hans Zimmer [link]
Smooth West Coast Beat 
 Dylan Graham [link]
Ending Theme – Final Fantasy X [link] (it almost sounds like the ending credits of life on Earth)
Breathe – Paul Hardcastle [link]
Rhythm of Life (& Chill Reprise) – Paul Hardcastle [link]
Soft Rain  Paul Hardcastle [link]
Lost In Space – Paul Hardcastle [link]
Farewell Blues – Cowboy Bebop [link]
Road to the West 
– Cowboy Bebop [link]
 from the movie Gladiator [link]
Elysium / Honor Him / Now We Are Free  from the movie Gladiator [link]
Richard Wagner – Ride of the Valkyries from Die Walküre [link]
Joe Satriani – If I Could Fly [link]
The Black Mages - Assault of the Silver Dragon [link]
Final Fantasy VII – The Man with the Machine Gun [link]
No Stress At All - Paul Hardcastle [link]
Dance of the Wind - Paul Hardcastle [link]
Metal Gear Solid – Sea Breeze [link]
Relaxing, Beautiful Brazilian Music [link]
Star Ocean 'Til the End of Time – Moon Base [link]
Star Ocean 'Til the End of Time – Into a Storm Not Memorized [link]
Star Ocean 'Til the End of Time – I See Your Reflection [link]
Believe Again – Techno Trance (rarely do I like this stuff) [link]
Tchaikovsky – Waltz of the Flowers [link]
Dmitri Shostakovich – The Second Waltz [link]
Juventino Rosas – Over the Waves Waltz [link]
Tchaikovsky – Sleeping Beauty [link]
Johann Strauss Jr. – Vienna Blood [link]
Johann Strauss Jr. – Voices of the Spring Waltz [link]
Percy Faith – Theme from a Summer Place [link]
Steve Vai – Building the Church [link]
Steve Vai – Bad Horsie [link]
Valkyrire Profile 2 – The Meditation of Many Years [link]
Valkyrie Profile 2 – At Peace with Extinction [link]
Valkyrie Profile 2 – A Stable Float [link]
Valkyrie Profile 2 – No Knowledge of Wisdom [link]
Valkyrie Profile 2 – Neighboring Infinity [link]
Xenosaga – Omega [link]
Xenosaga – The Resurrection [link]
Xenosaga – Ormus [link]
Resident Evil 4 – Save Theme (calming) [link]
Final Fantasy X-2 – Eternal Memories of Lightwaves [link]
Guild Wars 2 – Fear Not This Night (piano version) [link]
Final Fantasy VIII – The Salt Flats [link]
Genso Suikoden V – Scar of Destruction [link]
Genso Suikoden V – Recollection [link]
Metal Gear Solid 3 – Surfing Guitar [link]
Metal Gear Solid 4 – Start Menu Screen [link]
Final Fantasy VII – Ahead On Our Way [link]
Final Fantasy VII – Anxious Heart [link]
Final Fantasy VII – Infiltrating the Shinra Tower [link]
Final Fantasy VII – Trail of Blood [link]
Final Fnatasy VII – The Chosen One by the Planet [link]
Final Fantasy VII – The Nightmare Begins [link]
The Legend of Dragoon – The Forbidden Land [link]
The Legend of Dragoon – Ruined Celes [link]
The Legend of Dragoon – Village of Tragedy [link]
Chrono Cross – Death Sea [link]
Final Fantasy X – Path of Repentance [link]
Final Fantasy XII – The Dalmaska Eastersands [link]
On the Move! – Final Fantasy VIII [link]

Vocal Music I often listen to:

Behind Blue Eyes – The Who [link]
Eve of Destruction – BarryMcGuire [link] "There'll be no one to save with a world in a grave." (So true)
Horizon  Miyavi [link] (it grew on me after a few listens)
Chromatics – Cherry [link]
The Gorillaz – On Melancholy Hill [link]
Guild Wars 2 – Fear Not This Night [link]
Namie Amuro – Come (Alpha Trance Remix) [link]
Love Letters in the Sand – Pat Boone [link]
Chromatics – Lady [link]
Metal Gear Solid 3 – Way To Fall (Starsailor) [link]
The Fixx – Red Skies at Night [link]
The Fixx – Stand or Fall [link]
Devin Townsend – Deadhead [link]
Miyavi – Selfish Love [link]
Miyavi – Survive [link]
Miyavi – Survive (Studio Live) [link]
Gackt – Black Stone [link]
Chromatics – Into the Black [link]
Ellie Goulding – Anything Could Happen [link]
Gackt – Redemption [link]
Motorcycle – As the Rush Comes [link]
Age of Loneliness – Enigma [link]
Andrea Banica – Love in Brazil (something different) [link]


Some of my favorite quotes (in no particular order)


"Shivering with sweat, cold tremors over the skin, I turn the colour of dead grass, and I'm an inch from dying."

"...Again and again...because those I care for best, do me most harm."

Oscar Wilde:

"Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth."

"We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars."

"One should always be in love. That is the reason one should never marry." (Ah, so true. More than not, when marriage is official on paper, things oddly seem to get worse).


"This is love: to fly toward a secret sky, to cause a hundred veils to fall each moment. First to let go of Life. Finally, to take a step without feet."

"Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I'll meet you there. When the soul lies down in that grass, the world is too full to talk about. Ideas, language, even the phrase "each other" doesn't make any sense."

Albert Pike:

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."

"Faith begins where Reason sinks exhausted."

Blaise Pascal:

"Belief is a wise wager. Granted that faith cannot be proved, what harm will come to you if you gamble on its truth and it proves false? If you gain, you gain all; if you lose, you lose nothing. Wager, then, without hesitation, that He/God exists."

Lord Alfred Tennyson:

"A smile abroad is often a scowl at home."

"There lives more faith in honest doubt, believe me, than in half the creeds."

"I the heir of all ages, in the foremost files of time."

William Blake:

"To see the world in a grain of sand, and to see heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour."

"What is now proved was once imagined."

"When I tell the truth, it is not for the sake of convincing those who do not know it, but for the sake of defending those that do."


Quotes for Your Creative Drive:

Quote, "Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world!" End of quote — Archimedes.

Emphasis: Move the world, today!

Quote, "A day wasted on others is not wasted on one's self." End of quote. Charles Dickens.

Emphasis: Anything you do or create — exception to the rule of what you say to ignorant people — is not wasted time on you! especially if you're an artist or writer entertaining an audience.


I am still working on my poem Farewell Vanishings, formerly Farewell Footsteps, despite being very busy for quite some time now. One of the reasons for the name change is I found myself in the poem relating to footsteps a little too much, therefore, I don't want it to focus on that one particular piece of imagery. I want to expand the poem more to relate to other things.
Here is a teaser excerpt from the poem:

"Softest on the grass plods, loudest on the lumber,
Farewell! light-to-heavy footsteps always leaving,
Therewith my going moments enticed right then
Like vultures in wait to pluck the muses in men,
Then peck! n' peck! at Earth to form our graves;
Would-be futures are enslaved by eternal slumber."
From - Farewell Vanishings

The poem touches up on moments throughout Life that come and go, love(s) that come and go, even the tiniest things we sometimes hear, think about, observe and dissect to understand, and how our thoughts just then came about, and later change.

I hope you'll enjoy this upcoming poem. I plan for it to be a longer piece than anything I've written before.


Links to my Top-10 Poems to-date:

Almost Always An Almost - an epigram
As I Saw Death - Sonnet
A Woman's Throne
In Memoriam - Mari
Sloggin' Down Fame Street
The Big Blue Pearl
Love Disposal
Artists Collapse In Prosperity
Looking Out - Sonnet
The Animus of Lorelei - Sonnet



I am tired of deviantArt users who Favorite for the sake of favoring for
page views! If that is the case, you need not to be on here. Doing that
does not define an artist or a writer; it just makes you look desperate.

I caught on to this behavior after seeing some users Favorite my work,
and when looking through the pages upon pages within their Favorites,
they already added many other people's work after mine in a short time.
To those who do this, please take your pretentiousness somewhere else!

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A stellar Fractal Artist:

Is a madwoman when it comes to creating Fractals.
When you look over her work an other world can be seen.


Here are some really interesting writers/poets, equally great,
and are NOT to be assumed to favoritism in the order listed:

Is a small-letter poet extraordinaire, brief in his power of word choice
that tends to speak for everyone, whose work is exotic and profound,
and sometimes mixes archaic with modern diction: time overlapping.

Is a modern minstrel/poetic song writer whose work offers and shows
much knowledge through the eyes of an experienced wandering soul,
and is young at heart but very strong in almost everything he writes.

Is a high-spirited and sometimes experimental poet, although
random at times, she goes about writing of the smallest things in
the most eloquent of ways, most would pay no mind, pays mind.

A masterful Metal Artisan:

Are you into original, unlikely and daring metal artwork?
Then stop by Rajala's Gallery to see some of the best
uniquely designed furniture and metalwork!

Nothing he does is cast iron. It is all forged with hammers
and traditionally done with near seamless welding.


All the Artwork on display in my Gallery are
Copyright © 2007-2016. All rights reserved.
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  • Listening to: Final Fantasy 9 - Unfathomable Remniscence


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Siryan (Sir-ry-uhn)
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Artist / Music-oriented Poet / Logician / Literary Critic / Littérateur /

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I am Siryan, a music-oriented short-story writer, poet, and artist. Music plays genius; listen, and create! — That is what I do.

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