"Thistled Spring" as written by and Justin Wayne Ringle....
An old love of mine to wed the worst man she finds.
A blossom that’s bloomed, in a house that’s a tomb, trapped in the rhododendron fumes.
Bit by the Spring, Hurt by the thing, Plagued by the memories that it brings.
No peace in the miles, there’s word of the coming of a child.
The broke can still break, oh, what time can take, somewhere in the rules lies the stakes.
Bit by the Spring, Hurt by the thing, Plagued by the memories that it brings.
Bride to be, my only friend, is leaving me, in a Spring with no end.
Bride to be, my only friend.


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    General CommentBeautiful.....the best song of the album.
    Cyberghoston February 12, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI can't believe that this song has only one comment, as it is one of the most profoundly beautiful songs I have ever heard. Lyrics aside, the music in itself is gorgeous beyond words, though once the words are added the reflective feel of the song is really emphasized. Somehow Justin Ringle has managed to capture both the purity and sadness of not only lost love, but springtime as well. It's truly phenomenal.
    maggle1209on April 30, 2012   Link
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    General CommentI can't believe that this song has only one comment, as it is one of the most profoundly beautiful songs I have ever heard. Lyrics aside, the music in itself is gorgeous beyond words, though once the words are added the reflective feel of the song is really emphasized. Somehow Justin Ringle has managed to capture both the purity and sadness of not only lost love, but springtime as well. It's truly phenomenal.
    maggle1209on April 30, 2012   Link
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    General CommentI agree, one of the most profoundly beautiful songs I have ever heard, I really can't get over how perfect it is. Simply beautiful :)
    Noamchomskyon February 12, 2013   Link

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