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The Marrow

by Ehnahre

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The wind from off the sea says nothing new. The mist above me sings with its small flies. From a burnt pine the sharp speech of a crow Tells me my drinking breeds a will to die. What's the worst portion of this mortal life?
One white face shimmers brighter than the sun When contemplation dazzles all I see; One look too close can take my soul away. Brooding on god, I may become a man. Pain wanders through my bones like a lost fire; What burns me now? Desire, desire, desire.
Godhead 11:00
Godhead above my god, are you there still? To sleep is all my life. In sleep's half death, My body alters, altering the soul That once could melt the dark with its small breath. Lord, hear me out, and hear me out this day: From me to thee's a long and terrible way.
The Marrow 08:10
I was flung back from suffering and love When light divided on a storm-tossed tree. Yea, I have slain my will, and still I live; I would be near; I shut my eyes to see; I bleed my bones, their marrow to bestow Upon that god who knows what I would know.


released August 25, 2017

Ryan McGuire- double bass, electric bass, voices
Richard Chowenhill- guitars
Jared Redmond- piano
Josh Carro- percussion

Recorded at Odd Fellows Recording by Jerry MacDonald
Mastered by Kevin Frenette at Abrasive Chair Music
Released by Painted Throat Music
Text adapted from the poem "The Marrow" by Theodore Roethke


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Ehnahre Boston, Massachusetts

Ehnahre is:

Ryan McGuire - Double Bass, Electric Bass, Voice
Richard Chowenhill - Guitars
Jared Redmond - Piano
Joshua Carro- Drums, Percussion

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