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Blow Gabriel Blow – DWP (Grasp)

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Day 72 – March 13, 2018

I really feel like a story or anecdote would be more appropriate to convey the meaning if this word and how I feel it can really turn it around.  When Grasp is used, you often associate it with grabbing, or holding, searching for an idea, coming to terms, so many different ways to go with it.  But I am going to take a musical approach to it.  The older I get the more I rediscover things I used to think meant one thing, yet it really didn’t at all. How many times have you heard a favorite song (especially us 80’s generation) and you distinctly remember thinking that a word was actually not the lyric written, it just sounded like the word. Or a song that you would always listen to, may heave meant something then, but now as you reminisce and listen to some old albums, listening to the lyrics opens up a whole new concept, something you weren’t able to grasp when you were younger because the motifs the imagery and the storytelling was so much different back then, then it is now.  I’ve been listening to music that I have not listened to it in at least 10 0 15 years, but as I listen now, the lyrics mean so much more with life experience.  It’s kind of crazy.  2 down 3 to go!

Straight from the daily word prompt – Grasp

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