#4 How to spin F: Uncertainty
F a vehicle of expression transforms the composer’s vision and compels him to measure the depth of concern. The proof is in the music. (4 of 14)
One way to make this fast: describe a little sadness. Spot the phrase in italics and hear the music for 20 “smart reader” points.
After being swept away and surviving the wild ride, time to just watch the clouds is a welcome interlude. They roll majestically over the horizon suggesting that above all else, change is on its way and even though their look is laden with a minor quality they make all conflict over decision-making contribute to growth and maturity — vital and distinctive and complementary to even the most bizarre circumstances.
The cliché on how a silver lining is engulfed inside one atmospheric conglomeration shows very little promise. Its small pockets of optimism in every surrounding mist of random questions are inevitably being drowned out and despite periodic rumblings of discouragement it is still the language of music. It is clear that nothing especially when published by its composer is predictable.
Uncertainty driving the current of emotion and a build-up of exceptional intrigue makes it impossible to forget the new magnitude of exhilaration that led into this frame of mind and thankfully the option for a new perspective is clear — to wonder.
Hindsight is not coming through precise as 20/20 after the annoying variable ‘F’ has spun every aspiration and expectation in a different direction. The plan is upstaged and bewilderment is taking over the leading role, contributing only elements of gravity to an unquenched thirst for the smooth effervescence of nostalgia. The probability of everything being minimal however, does not alter the fact that possibility still dominates. It still has the greatest measure of attraction so the prospect of feeling good again should be the next thing on the horizon.
The ‘F’ Game
If there is a solution, it is a puzzle. Without one — it’s just a mess.
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In subsequent newsletter five the character ‘F’ advances with the composer’s vision.