Who flits beyond her window In a dusty attic room And gathered up its feathers To brush away the doom.
Its flight took it far away the absence made her weep But when her typing ended The notion was complete.
Unity is power, he said.
I loved his face,
but his laugh bothered me.
It impressed me as phoney.
And who was he anyway
to tell me about unity?
I heard my mother in my mind;
her voice sharp with knowingness.
Her eyes like pools of wet, blue experience.
Don’t lower your standards,
I believed her.
Increase the effort.
About men? I thought?
He laughed again, and I walked away.
But not before taking the brochure he offered.
Quote of the day:
Go to the edge of the cliff and jump off. Build your wings on the way down.
The Northern Rockies Music Festival is all about bringing great music to the Wood River Valley. For the past 38 years, this festival has thrived on the hard work of a small board that works year around to find exceptional regional and national musicians, intermix them with local artists and vendors in order to create a community event.
This event has continually given local artists a chance to share the stage with bands they admire while providing the entire community with a loved and timeless event in the quintessential small town of Hailey, Idaho.
Though the event continues to be a roaring success, the costs of continuing the festival is currently unapproachable. Without further financial support we will reluctantly have to say goodbye to the festival for the foreseeable future. But we won’t give up without a fight!
If you love music, Idaho or just have some cash to burn, please, please, please make a donation and help us keep the music alive.