23 thoughts on “Music 93: Clouds

  1. thecontentedcrafter

    ‘Skite’ I believe is unique to our part of the world Bruce – I once met someone newly here from Scotland who was totally bamboozled by our use of the word. It led to some hilarious misunderstandings! I liked this music too.

  2. umashankar

    I had to Google ‘skite’. I wonder whether kite is a derivative? They are indeed light enough to beat the gravitational forces and yet they toss and twist my guts when I am aboard a plane. Once I thought I was about to die but then I smiled thinking how I might become a part of them… Then I could rain on the rooftops with that clattering sound, and skite onto the lawns, cling to the petals of flowers and shine.

    1. Bruce Goodman Post author

      You just a lovely raindrop!! Cynthia had to google skite as well – although the New Zealand meaning of it is “to show off” – used both as a noun and a verb.


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