• Make it your friend or it will control you. It isn’t going anywhere. Even in a soundless room you can hear your blood flow. Embrace the noise. Be Loud!

  • I noticed my reflection in a store window this morning. Maybe it was the dark cloudy backdrop from the storm that passed over last night, but the warped reflection brought me back to a time before I knew how much I mattered to those I love.

  • Gabriel Dahlke commented on the post, crew 8 years, 7 months ago

    A team of individuals set out with a common goal in mind. Sometimes they are friends and sometimes they are far from it. What keeps them together is their shared desire to overcome whatever obstacle lies ahead of them. They understand that there is strength in numbers.

  • Gabriel Dahlke commented on the post, birth 8 years, 7 months ago

    Begs the question, where does life begin? And End? There are thousands of different beliefs around the world to answer these questions but they can only be answered with uncertainty when we arrive. Until then, take care of each other and don’t waste your ability to love. It is one of the few pure and […]

  • Makes me think of “sad” emo kids listening to crappy rock music and wearing clothes that are two sizes too small and TRYING to make their hair look like they just woke up from a night’s sleep….Grunge was WAY cooler. :)

  • I wear my bandana to keep the hot dust from my face. The heat of the desert is like a dry radiating oven that only the most equipped creatures can survive. Trees don’t grow, life doesn’t flourish, but I will make it through, even if it is the last thing I do.

  • Green fields cover your view as far as you can see. An ocean of color bright and vibrant. You run down the hill till you are in the midst of the field and lie down among it’s waves. With a closer look you see that the whole sea of green that you behold is made […]

  • It’s a false security we use to help us sleep at night. Anyone with half a brain knows that if a burglar is trying to get into a house and is serious about it, A deadbolt is not going to keep them out. Not really sure how it caught on so well, but I guess […]

  • Anticipation builds for this summer’s biggest blockbusters when the trailer is leaked on the internet. Thor, Rise of the Planet of The Apes are two that jump out at me.

  • Concrete jungles where the wildlife is controlled by humans pumping pedals and turning steering wheels. It’s a controlled chaos that we live in. We have managed to separate ourselves from the laws of nature and have chosen to live in opposition of it. I don’t want to see how this one ends.

  • Gabriel Dahlke commented on the post, iron 8 years, 7 months ago

    Sturdy like a barge. So many things these days are disposable. Iron is not one of those things. It’s solidarity shifts the baseline for how we judge strength, and if you mix it with the word wine, it makes music.

  • How long will we use materials that are unable to be broken down by natural cause. Styrofoam is the perfect example of what’s wrong with our mentality towards our precious planet. No excuse in today’s modern world for it’s continued existence.

  • Traveling to countries other than my own is a desire that I have had for as long as I remember. People say, “If you want to do, you just have to do it.” That is not always the case. But one day, I really hope to be in a position that I can travel to […]

  • Gabriel Dahlke commented on the post, robot 8 years, 7 months ago

    They are going to take over the world if we last that long. Technology is moving at a rate that is nearly impossible to track. It is a scary time and I am not trying to sound like a paranoid conspiracy theorist. Just being real. We better not forget how to survive without the help […]

  • I already wrote about acoustic yesterday. How often do they change the word. I am brand new to this. I thought it was every day???

  • St. Paul’s church, Bright Eyes, My guitar, That segment on Pitchfork where Grizzly bear played in a chapel, a recording studio, I gospel choir, Minimalistic, Folk Rock, Bluegrass.