Archive for April, 2016

Interview with Green T

Posted: April 25, 2016 in Uncategorized

Great Interview of Sarah Waldron interviewing Artist singer Green T

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I’m here this evening with Charles Taylor aka Green T, to discuss his music.

(1).
Me: Tell the fans about your stage name…

Green T: It’s a nickname I aquired in Augusta. I had an Arizona green tea with ginsing and honey can, I was drinking box wine out of it; at a party. A friend asked me to freestyle after handing me a mic, so I did; with the can in hand. Someone yelled out Green T, and it has stuck with me ever since. I was 17 at the time.

(2).
Me: What’s something you want fans to know about you?

Green T: You will know me through my music.

(3).
Me: Out of all the tracks recorded, which mean’s the most to you?

Green T: It’s between Nolstagiaphilla, and Now You Know.

(4).
Me: How long have you been creating…

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MEET POET TATE MORGAN

Posted: April 10, 2016 in Uncategorized

RHYTHM AND MUSE ARTIST SPOTLIGHT     Hi, I’m Author Susan Joyner-Stumpf.  Being a Published Author and Certified Graphics Artist myself, I am always curious to uncover the artist BEHIND t…

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I love all Mythology, and here, Sarah Ann Waldron has done meticulous Research (and I praise her for that) in this article explaining the Goddess Morrígan, who fascinates Sarah due to her own Celtic Roots. A MUST READ!!!! Totally enjoyable, as everything is from this writer….

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Morrígan is a celtic diety, though she is mostly known as a bad omen; of war and death. I am going to explain how she is everything, but evil.

(Pagan Beliefs)

Name meaning: Great Queen or Phantom Queen.

Sacred Bird: Corvids (Ravens and Crows).

Sacred Plant: The Willow Tree.

Colors: Red and Black.

Strengths: Fearsome, strong creator of the fog, and grants
sovereignty to the monarches who choose love over war.

Symbolism: War, Death, prophecy, passionate love, and fertility.

Pagans believe that Goddess Morrígan, is a group of three sisters. This is why she is known as the trinity goddess…
Anu- the fertility maiden.
Badh- boiling mother cauldron.
Macha or Nemain- the death crone.

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Being a multifaceted goddess in most of all myths, there are so many stories. On who, and what she really is. Pagans believe that she is a great shape-shifter just as the celtics do, and…

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Ignore The Raven

Posted: April 5, 2016 in Uncategorized

A true story set in the atmosphere of a beautiful Poem ~ of Survival in a World where many don’t live to tell the story. This Artist/Author Sarah Ann Waldron takes you on a journey through a period in her life when the Raven (representing the VOICE of her addiction) spoke to her and once she listened and heard nothing else. . . and now, her eyes are turned towards the Heaven and peace that she has found.

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photo credit: Sonnetwolfdesigns

Ignore The Raven

‘Twas the beginning,
once she opened her mind.
As she began singing,
of spiritual courage,
she flew, unto the universe.
Never would she question,
what she would find.

Though still mocked by the Raven,
she had grown, to ignore the
craving. Recovery was just a
stepping stone; to her self-saving.

With this new-found strength,
braving the storms, had never
been so lucid. She stays within tranquility, nothing will ever be
intrusive.

Free from the bindings of fear.
Flying further unto her ascension,
her purpose; now crystal clear. All
because of a faith-filled connection…

Written by: Sarah Ann Waldron
4-5-16
Copyright©
My Soul- SAW Poetry™
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(The meaning behind my words)
It’s been over 3 years, and 4 months, that I have been sober. Free from an addiction. This poem of mine shows how I escaped, and found my spirituality. I have…

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MEET THE FANTASTIC Lyricist Charles Taylor as seen through the eyes of Artist Sarah Ann Waldron

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Urban lyricist Charles Taylor a.k.a. Green T. of Couch Life, was born in Minot, North Dakota, and raised in North Augusta, South Carolina.
At age 16 he moved to, and still resides in the Appalachian Mountains; with myself, and Artist Shea Marsh.

When I first met Charles, I was 13 years old, sitting at the end of my driveway, out in the woods; in 2003. I see two figures walking down the road, immediately I recognized one of them to be a neighborhood friend. Having no clue who the other person was…

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Looking just like this, but in all black, riding a skateboard. He came rolling up, and cracking jokes. Little did I know…a few years later in 2007, this young man would not only become a life long friend; but would also be one of my biggest poetic influences and inspirations.

Over the years we spent alot of time…

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Artist Shea Marsh

Posted: April 4, 2016 in Uncategorized

Meet Artist Shea Marsh, presented by Sarah Ann Waldron

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Today my discussion will be about my dearest, and closest friend, of 13 years; Shea Marsh. Shea grew up in a small town of the Appalachian Mountains, just as I did. Never did either of us expect to grow up, and become the artists; that we are today. Only childhood fantasy dreams, that seemed quite unrealistic then. Shea like myself dabbles in a few genre’s of art.
So I would like to share 3 of his many talents with you all; today.

(1). Fire Spinning

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This picture was captured of Shea at, what use to be our local skatepark. If you notice he has almost completely dissapeared, becoming the fire he was spinning.
When he first started this endevor of the fire arts, you could imagine I was a nervous wreck, But he kept his composure at all times; while practicing. Despite the many times he would catch his pants…

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Courage

Posted: April 4, 2016 in Uncategorized

(Photo Credit: IC patient, name unknown.) I decided on the discussion of Courage today, seeing as so many of us seek; a life of fearlessness. The word courage dreives from (Latin: Cor- meaning hear…

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