Bring forth thy sweetness and thy rage,
A wild dream portrayed on every page,
 
A romp into the wilderness in the mind,
A launching out into space of every kind,
 
A story of the first and never ending dream,
An eternal echo from the land of the unseen,
 
A naked melody running on its own free will,
A thought equipped with parchment and quill,
 
A primal symphony of sadness and jubilation,
A melodic portrayal from the book of creation,
 
A first in the ever sounding depths of nature,
A manifest drawn out in a perilous venture,
 
A losing of all earthy thoughts into a maze,
A ship heading into a port wreathed in haze,
 
A voyage into the unknown and the unheard,
And a brilliant success or an affair with the absurd.
 
Bring these all to the ear of my heart,
That I may hear music breathing on its own.

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Robert L. Martin
about 2 years

Music's influence has a long lasting effect on us, especially when it reaches the heart.

Nelson D Reyes
about 2 years

Indeed we listen to and with our heart.
Beautiful! Like.

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