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Hey there inmates!

How are you all week? I hope you’ve all been staying safe and staying creative! It’s been a reasonably nice week here, the temperature has dropped slightly to more a comfortable level. There was a very brief rainstorm that caused some flooding, but overall it’s been alright. Writing has been continuing at my usual pace and I like to think I’ve managed to give you all my usual vaguely coherent swill. I hope you’ve been enjoying it all the same. I’ve still been really enjoying reading your comments and appreciate all of you!

So, you know what time it is. It’s Wednesday Harley, what do you mean? Oh I mean it’s time for the Harlequins writing music! We all need music right? Well, let’s have some eh? Oh right, there was a theme for todays music. Did anybody see the “clue” for it on my social media earlier today? It was less of a clue and more of a blatant declaration of the theme, to be honest. So I’m just going to come out and say it: the theme for todays writing music is hope! Oh yes indeed! That one constant wish of humanity. Hope for the future, hope for their friends and family, hope for bad things not to happen. You can see just from that sentence how hope can inspire all kinds of music. Musicians can display hope in all manner of forms. Upbeat and energetic hope? Yep! Choral and uplifting hope? Yep! These all work, you know! I’m rambling a little bit here, aren’t I? Want to hear some music? I best shut up!

So, join me as delve into the musical minds of hopeful artists the world over!

Nickelback – If Today Was Your Last Day

YUNGBLUD – god save me, but don’t drown me out

Jennifer Saunders – I Need A Hero

Kelly Clarkson – Heartbeat Song

Survivor – Eye Of The Tiger

And there we have it! Some pretty good and uplifting songs there no? There are so many hopeful tunes that I could have chosen, but I think these are a diverse enough array of positivity! I don’t think these particular artists are as obscure as some of the choices in my previous editions, but I still say you should check them out and show them some love. I guarantee you won’t be disappointed with any of them! Here’s hoping for a slightly more coherent post next week. Haha!

So, let’s have some social media stuff. You know, just for a change! The asylum has a page over on Facebook, an account on Instagram and an account over on Twitter. Follow me over on those for some random pictures and clues for my poems a few hours ahead of posting. If you enjoy what I do here at the asylum, please consider supporting me over on the Ko-Fi page! Thanks for everything!

Until next week, have a very crazy day inmates!

Hello again inmates!

So it’s Wednesday once again! How are you all finding this week? As for me, I’m burning. Oh yes, it’s been incredibly hot here in the UK and we’ve been unlucky in the fact there has been very little breeze as well. Apparently today has been the hottest day of 2021 so far. I am a big fan of summer, it’s true, but it appears it hasn’t been a big fan of me. I’ve suffered a few minor burns and also a major head kicking to my sleep. I’ll live though! Hopefully you are all having a much nicer time.

So, let’s talk about todays writing music theme eh? Did anybody see the clue over on social media? Any ideas? Well, I’ll interrupt your deliberation with the answer. The theme for todays music is the human body or body parts. Indeed, the form of our very own race. The human body has inspired all kinds of music over the years. From songs about the stars in somebody’s eyes, to the general beauty of a fetching damsel or maybe even a tune about an individuals prowess in a particular area. It makes sense really, humans are what we know best no? We meet them everyday and it may surprise some of you but we are also humans ourselves. I’m wondering how the music today will be received. Lets see…

Join me as we delve into the musical minds of human artists the world over!

The Who – Behind Blue Eyes

Jess Glynne – Hold My Hand

The Beautiful South – Perfect 10

Eminem – Ass Like That

Nickelback – Animals

And there we have it! That was actually harder to create than a few previous writing music pages. I hope that I have made some good choices that reflect the human form in a multitude of different ways. If you aren’t too familiar with these artists, then I implore you to check them out. They all deserve it!

Let’s have some social media nonsense once again! The asylum has a page over on Facebook, an Instagram account and a page on Twitter. If you enjoy what I do here at the asylum, please consider supporting me over at the Ko-Fi page! Thanks for everything!

Until next week, have a very crazy day inmates!