Treasure Island

Derek James

(Jan/11/82)

Music


Can you feel the music,
As it calms your soul,
Music helps to keep us
on our feet.

Music is surely the soul
that connects within us all,
Nourishing and comforting us.

The beauty of soft melody
playing helps to relax our
mind and body and our
soul.

Variety of different music helps
us all to decide which rhythm our
soul wants for today.

Music helps us to blossom,
The same way as flowers
like a good tune or a sweet
lullaby.

Without music life would
have no nourishment to help
move us along,
life would feel dull.

Music fills the emptiness in
our hearts,
Spreading that joyful feeling.

Music has a way to always chase
away those dark clouds,
When feeling gloomy and sad,
Turn on that favorite song.

Music has come along way through
out history,
Nothing could never take away
the magic of music.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 05, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, December 05, 2012

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