Erika Heslop Martin

Rookie (January 15 / Kingston, Jamaica)

Music


Music, marvelous, magnificent, memorable,
Magnetic, mesmerizing, melodious,
Soother of the soul, silently sinking into the sub conscience storing
Sensational sounds significant to making life a little more interesting.
Music: vocal, instrumental, mechanical and natural.
Music: Gospel, Soul, Hip-hop, Reggae, Latin,
Jazz, Calypso, Classical and Alternative.
Music, available for every mood, tone, dance and plot.
It tells stories and conveys different experiences.

Music, more music, thrilling feeling,
Goose bumps, hair rising, sparks flying.
Music makes the world alive.
It evokes different emotions:
Madness, anger, sadness, happiness, romance,
Suspense, drama and action.

Music, doh, ray, me, fah, soh, lah, te, doh,
Ring ding, ping pong, bup bap,
Cha cha cha, swish swash,
Sounds solidified in space.
Music, masterfully meeting the mind, soul and body.
Music, makes, breaks and takes the spirit to a higher level.

Music, head rocker, foot stomper, finger snapper,
Spirit lifter, hand clapper,
Waist mover, shoulder shaker.
Music, marvelous, magnificent, memorable, mesmerizing, melodious
The heart beat of life.

Submitted: Monday, August 26, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
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