wylddandelyon 18

Artist Bio

Influences:   Oh, so many! Folk music, filk music, celtic music and a lot more.

Deirdre is a writer of science fiction, fantasy, and songs as well as a musician. She loves cats and chocolate.

She can also be found as Wyld_Dandelyon on Twitter, LiveJournal, and DreamWidth


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  • @dudachris May 16

    I'm listening to you on the "Festival of the Living Rooms."

    Looking forward to hearing more and interacting next year 😁

  • @darcistrutt  Mar 20

    Thanks for listening to "Come to the stars". I wish the kids had sung along! I would have recorded them instead 😀 So fun to create with littles!

  • @janeg  Feb 29

    It was wonderful to have comments from you on five of my songs! Thank you so much. It's been a long time since we've been in circle together; hope it happens again some day.

  • @tamsnumber4  Feb 25

    Thank you for commenting on my collab song "Kiss Me Again", I appreciate it!

  • @crisp1  Feb 24

    Thanks for the comments on Can You Leave Tomorrow. I meant for that last "verse" to be a bridge with a different rhythm than the verses, actually! 😀

  • @coolparadiso  Feb 24

    we are touring so other than as couple of songs I pre recorded I can only do lyrics for the rest of FAWM. getting a lot of people doing collabs with me though.

  • @djevans53 Feb 22

    Okay, I think I understand. Thanks so much.

  • @djevans53 Feb 21

    Oh, thanks! So, if a line has 9 syllables the other lines should also have about the same, if I'm understanding correctly?

  • @djevans53 Feb 20

    Thanks for explaining scansion. Can you tell me which lines in BaaBaa Black Sheep do not fit well? If you have time and would be so kind? I'm trying to understand it better. Thanks again.

  • @djevans53 Feb 19

    Thanks for commenting on BaaBaa Black Sheep. I'm not sure what scancion is?

  • @wylddandelyon Feb 14

    This pink is so pretty!

  • @hummingbear  Feb 12

    Thanks for your comment on "Little House Beside the Sea."

  • @moonraccoon  Feb 12

    Glad you enjoyed 😀

  • @paiyatamu  Feb 12

    Thanks for your comments on "Not My Circus." Yes, the missing "to" was a typo, and while the "is" referred to the current (chronological) state of stress (i.e. "it is stressful"), "are" works to indicate a plural possessive and creates a smoother subject->noun agreement. I've fixed both accordingly. Of course, I could just have a supervisor who talks like that, y'know how business majors is. I mean "are." 😀

    Don't you just love English weirdness? 'Cause, I do!

  • @hummingbear  Feb 12

    Thanks for commenting on "Igniting Trees." Yup, people, not always good but often surprising.

  • @wylddandelyon Jan 29

    There shall be words and there shall be notes
    There shall be beats and pauses
    Some of what we create will be like root beer floats
    And some shall express our dearest causes.

  • @hummingbear  Jan 24

    Happy FAWMing!