Quick Note 🎶🎶 Diary: Robert Calvert #SouthAfrica

Dreaming Of Childhood's Memory, While Under The Moon! #SouthAfrica

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Dreams of the moon, and what it must be like to come close to the Moon, have been the fantasies of children. Oh, how majestic it must be to carry that into adulthood! If only we could navigate that same energy, and excitement, when desiring to fly to the Moon; once we have come to, grow up! If only. . .

Sometimes, a group of artists have a way of doing that. Sometimes, they have a method of incorporating that childhood adventure into their songs; and the digital performance of such songs. Only this time, they receive the opportunity of returning to that childhood vibe; while looking back, on its reflection. ❤️ It always feels great to meditate upon those pastimes of childhood’s remedies. What does it say about such treasures? What does it feel like to reflect back on such precious memories; still having those dreams of going back to the Moon? Are there longings of regret? Are there memories of sorrow and excitement? Is one still stuck in childhood’s domain? What does it all mean? Furthermore, what would be one interpretation of such?

I, too, have had my own imaginations of the Moon. In fact, it has been very comforting and astounding, nevertheless. Nighttime has a way of illuminating different treasures, doesn’t? It certainly has THAT, vibe!

“Over The Moon” (A Flock Of Seagulls Remix) certainly performs this fairytale (of memory) in its video. Even more dainty is just how one singer (and performer) reflects the fairytale of childhood memory’s and Universal decor. He is none other than. . .

Robert Calvert; Edits By Lauren Kaye Clark; Edits By Lauren Kaye Clark
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