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A crying baby can elicit stress, sadness or a let-down of milk from the breast.
Our experience will determine just how we think
about the sound.
When we first heard this sound, what was around?

Was it stress and trauma?
Was it drama?
Was it love and nurture?
Was it emotional torture?

The sound in my house of a heavy footfall
casts me back to an awful pall.
It brings back a fear, distant, and yet still near,
of domination, anger and domestic violence.

The sound of thunder rolling around the sky
makes me feel safe, I canít define why.
The sound excites me and yet gives me a sense of now and here.
Why is this, when for others it can elicit fear?

A favourite song on the radio,
or a tune full of memories from long ago
that take you to places that only you know.
You can go again now in your dreams.

Our senses, such an important part of our being
can touch us in places no one else is seeing.
So intimate, the feeling inexplicable
can make our hearts feel so full.

Listen to your senses,
Sound, sight, touch, taste and smell
These bring us back to dwell
on our past experiences so well.
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