Tirupathi Chandrupatla


Music Delight


Music's exciting
Classic or jazz
Or rock n roll
Ever a delightful stroll.

Subtle melody
Strikes the heart
Creating rhythm
Of subconscious mind.

Do, re, mi, sa, re
Ga, ma, pa, da, ni
Tunes following tunes
Life a simple symphony.

Breeze blowing thro'
Bamboo reeds
Brooks flowing down
Keyboard of rocks...

Relentless waves
Of roaring sea
Crest ridden sounds
Ringing in ears...

Sounds of the bells
Resounding everywhere
Singing birds
Calling so sweetly...

Music's elite
Music's delight
Welcomes us all
Raising spirits high.

Submitted: Sunday, September 22, 2013
Edited: Sunday, March 09, 2014

Topic(s): Music


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