Music Of Life
Author: Clive B Ringshall
(love without saying I Love You)
Listen to the songs life sings, floating on the breeze.
Whispering enchantment, building into a harmony, a crescendo
Resounding in quavers... slipping slowly into dreams.
Such music comes from with-in us,
Flowing into the land,
Nothing can take our dreams away,
They breathe in golden sand.
Ocean moves in ripples, with tender foamy tides,
Yet with a shout of temper, can attack our shores,
Then with a melody it's tides shrink away once more.
This is life in full coming openly to some one I adore.
Listen to my melody; it comes though life's open door,
No kicking, no screaming all with meaning,
Blessing each favour, blessing each kiss serene.
Closing hurt and anger,
Cradling precious feelings, holding energy firm.
Until with joy and harmony, you can be sure.
Treble all these feelings,
A single note alone,
Makes the sweetest sound,
Be brave with another note,
Come see our song will build.
Now with all my heart I offer
All three notes.
Listen to the musical notes,
That life sings for you and I,
Hold fast...this tune is yours and mine.
In closing these tunes,
I open my wings,
Falling into deep emotions,
Singing all my dreams.
Feeling the tunes,
Listen with your heart,
Let our energy Free.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Terrie* (188.8.131.52) -- Tuesday, October 21 2003, 06:09 am|
this is really fantastic...WOW...BREATHTAKING POETRY.......the feelings and vision in this took my breath away...you did an awesome job on this.....thank you so much for sharing...
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