Heart & Sound
Author: Pamela O'Brien
I can hear my heart tonight
Portrayed by a simple song
Using no words, but telling me
Things I have known all along
The notes are flowing through my veins
The beat going strong and steady
Combining all of my emotions
Without asking if I was ready
Can you hear my heart tonight?
It's seeping from a stereo
The echoes always come back to me
Because they have nowhere else to go
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Enchantress (22.214.171.124) -- Tuesday, August 5 2003, 08:44 pm|
Now this poem had all of it's depth in the emotions of a person. Like reading your own feelings, but in a different way. Great work!
|Pamela (126.96.36.199) -- Wednesday, August 6 2003, 05:30 pm|
I like you. Can you continue posting comments to this site please?!
I actually wrote this poem while I was listening to a musical piece from a film I once watched. And every time I listen to it, I write these really powerful poems. So I asked myself why, and I wrote this poem about that song-because my answer was that it is my heart in musical form.
I am so glad that somebody knows what this feels like!
|MartinV (188.8.131.52) -- Wednesday, August 6 2003, 07:24 pm|
I hear your voice, so sweet and soft, playing with the memories, that soon will turn to dust.
Yet, in your heart I wonder..., If memories are, truly, not the best of us.
I hear your heart and love its sound, so soft and true, I wonder if, memories, are not the best of us.
Thanks Pam! Great work, I loved, loved, it!
|KitKatrina (184.108.40.206) -- Monday, August 11 2003, 05:35 am|
I love all your poems, each one I read just gets better and better. They are all like short books. I just get so into them and then I want more. Keep posting because I'm a fan of your work...Great job pam!
|Pamela (220.127.116.11) -- Tuesday, August 12 2003, 09:02 pm|
Thanks so much! What nice things to say! I'm a little bit flattered and not sure how to respond!
I'll have to write some more for you KitKatrina :o)
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