Jordan Legaspi

Rookie (24 July 1978 / Davao City, Philippines)

+ Lord of the Music


Lord of the Music


Some people tried to learn
the music they have heard
Others started to study its cord
but still it wouldn’t play
for their heads were so busy
rearranging the harmony
for their hearts were overwhelmed by the music
but they couldn’t get the melody
for they were preoccupied
adding notes and putting new words,
Some people are just too intelligent
directing the music and change its meaning;
Others put the music into category
to produce divided theory
of the Lord who started the legacy
of chorus who sung with him night and day;
of the Lord of the music himself played
to show the only way;
of the Lord who danced during
and the final performance on that day


Note:
(Cebu City, Philippines 2004)

The “Lord of the Music” is all about the story of Jesus’s life (refer to the four gospels recorded in the Bible) .

Submitted: Sunday, May 11, 2008
Edited: Thursday, September 09, 2010

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