Jocelyn Grandinetti

Me and All My forms

Jocelyn-my name is rainbow
The colors show my many humors
The different shades are what I know
Rude Leprechauns, I've heard from rumors
Try to steal the gold, so low.
I'm myself a leprechaun
I sneak under the quilt of color
A vision from my mind is drawn
To take the gold from our earth's mother

Look at me and you will see
A soaring bird, liberated in flight
I travel in this form, so free
I fly up high with all my might
In this form, I travel to the
Eiffel Tower in Paris, France
Then I fly to go and see
Windsor castle in a trance
This same country's where I find
Stone Henge, the circle of mystery
Where I can see clear in my mind
What traveling really means to me

Listen to me and you will hear
Trumpets, cellos, and pianos play
The magnificent sound of my trumpet's clear
Quiet by night, deafening by day
My dream to play the cello calls
In hopes to play in many halls
Piano, my whole lifetime banged
in hopes that in the air it hanged
The cello soothes
The piano moves
The trumpet plays heart warming blues
Together this trio represents me
With my emotion in perfect symmetry

Submitted: Thursday, August 22, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 22, 2013

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