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All poetry is music that can be danced to by anyone with an ear. We all dance to a different drummer and your poetic verse makes me want to sing. Don
So true Miss Ronni.
We were each created, packaged with
songs, music that only we can perform.
The world is emptier without all.
Here's to celebrating and sharing our
Beautifully written poem. My interpretation is that the "music" is not a song or instrument but your own inner soul to create your own song. Hear the "music" that your soul needs to sing and let it burst out without fear or delay.
I enjoyed the read.
Thank you and regards,
Thank you for this encouraging word from your beautiful pen and soul. It is just what I needed to hear today. The world needs such loveliness. Sending you my best and blessings always, Ronni dear.
This is a very unusual and thought provoking free form poem. One does not usually think of having music to distribute each day. But it is a new way of looking at things. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
A magnificent image to support this lovely poem. It is inspirational, and although I enjoy music I don't always spend enough time listening to it, cherishing it and revelling in its gift. Thanks for the reminder. Very well written.
I so agree with these ambient words Ronni, we all bring our own unique music to this world and attract followers or we are rejected by some, a whimsical and magical write, much enjoyed, love Dolly x
Oh my goodness. This was awesome. I love all the symbolism in this poem. I am a musician, so it really got my attention. My favorite part of the poem is the part of the stanza that says:
"music and song has often changed the world
yours, yet awaits its debut and appeal
Where is your music
what songs have you
yet to sing
without fear, or further delay."
Yes...music can change the world and create one. I love the wording that "yours, yet awaits its debut and appeal". This is really beautiful.
Thanks for this poem. It made my day.
I am one of the world's unmusical, so the metaphor doesn't work too well in my case. However, I do appreciate that the singing and playing you refer to here are really only symbols for the hidden talents all of us have.
Your poem is carefully constructed, although I did find that the question at the end of the first two stanzas was a little awkward in its phrasing.
Strong theme and some great word choices...