Cyanide & Cherries – Luna

Cyanide & Cherries – Luna.

New track for our amazing project, this time featuring a poem of Jennie Saia. The track is beyond beautiful, do give it a listen and tell us what you think!

~ by Oloriel on August 4, 2013.

19 Responses to “Cyanide & Cherries – Luna”

  1. Mnogo mi se sviđa !!!

  2. I am in love with this track… This is simply gorgeous and uplifts my soul! :,)

  3. I love it! Really like the intro and when she reads the poem—who reads it, Oloriel?—it’s just lovely. 🙂

  4. phenomenal collaboration Oloriel, what a passionate voice she gave to your poetry, at once delicate and determined and the music….i’m a soft touch for anything that includes the cello.

  5. This is a great project! So far, every track I’e heard has been very cool. Great job Oloriel, and the other contributors! You guys are amazing. 🙂

    • Thank you!
      Sorry your work has been lacking my comments lately, I have been very busy,but I am following all and anticipating your book! I think it will be the first one I will ever purchase online 😀

  6. Enthralling writing, I must return to see the rest of this series, I must, if you, take one more bite!

    • I believe you will enjoy the rest of the songs as well, so do give a look, there is a page for the project on the right side of my blog 🙂

  7. Gorgeous!

  8. I Nominated you for A Bunch of Awards – 13 Nominations

    please choose any 2 awards out of the 13
    accept it and oblige

    there are no linkbacks for this award

  9. I followed the link and listened to all the track, simply amazing! One of my favorite forms, spoken poetry and music combined!

Tell me something

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

The Inner Wilderness

Plato had amazing insight into the question of finding the unknown. "How will you go about finding that thing the nature of which is totally unknown to you?" he wondered. The deep inner space within yourself, the inner wilderness within you asks for you to explore it, and in the process discover yourself. What better way to do that than through writing? This space is a personal blog for your reading, and my writing adventure. Go through the blog that follows to, perhaps, discover something as well.

songs for now

nrk 💜 they write things 


Everyone is welcome


"Ja - to je neko drugi."

Poems by Mandy

Sad Poetry by Mandy Williams...

International Journal of Research (IJR)

IJR Journal is Multidisciplinary, high impact and indexed journal for research publication. IJR is a monthly journal for research publication.


mapping the nest

Goose FM

Little pieces on the weird, Music, the great outdoors, and TV. Known as Lucy Wallis in some circles, and Goose in others.

Amethyst Review

New Writing Engaging with the Sacred

Anatolios Magazine

[ love letters to the light ]

Countdown To Classic

A World of Warcraft: Classic Podcast & Community

Chain of Arts

Travel. Art. Music.

The Wedding of Ken and Sarah

Coming to you August 17th, 2019 via the Wonders of the Internet!

Robert Hilles

Poet and Novelist

Bruised Rose Blossoms

Poet. Starscraper. Song whisperer. Niño de las estrellas.

Pointless Overthinking

Understanding ourselves and the world we live in.



%d bloggers like this: