lullaby

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lullaby

1. a quiet song to lull a child to sleep
2. the music for such a song
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In his sleep, the boy turns away from the cage, murmuring a phrase from his mother's cradlesong. Maybe I cannot find the bramble path back to innocence.
The obvious ones are "Evolutionary Hymn," "Prelude to Space: An Epithalamium," "Science-Fiction Cradlesong," and "An Expostulation: Against too many writers of science fiction."
"But our world must still be young, Saga of each race must be still merely its cradlesong and its' childhood fairy tale.
She says she is also proud of a recent musically driven independent film she produced, called Cradlesong, a real-time production that looks at the dysfunction common in Native communities.