Rachel Lichtensteiger

A Musician’s Call

So little to show yet
So much to hear
Tis a musician’s call
Not to satisfy the
Sense of taste and smell
But rather be appeasing
To the ears.
Such delicacy, such individuality
A true musician can bring
About emotion, even amongst
Those who lack it.
Such passion
To blend notes and
Rhythms and by doing so
Create a masterpiece
A story,
A lyrical line of melody intertwined with harmony.
So subtle yet so sweet.

Submitted: Monday, April 20, 2009
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  • Rookie Barry A. Lanier (4/20/2009 7:55:00 PM)

    the poet reminding us that music, like poetry, as one is the other, can siphon feeling and emotions otherwise unattainable from these stoney-hearts at times... (Report) Reply

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