Angelic Warrior


Music..its as simple as that


It flows and flies,
spins and swirls,
creates a dramatic dance of emotions,
all through out your being.
It touches everyone of us,
in one way or another.
It is the basis of our creative minds,
and has existed since the dawn of time.
It can be found in the whispers of the wind,
or the crashing of the waves.
Music is everywhere.
Makes us dance,
makes us sing effects us all in some way.
Weather we adore the tune,
or love the beat,
music moves us.
Can control our feelings
heighten our faith
or bring us to do things we've never imagined.
In every nation it can be found
from the tantalizing drum beats of Africa,
to the sweet melodies of the oriental mandolins
or the classic violin that received stardom in Europe.
Music is everywhere.
It may change over time,
it it is certain that Music
will steal our hearts for all of eternity!

Submitted: Tuesday, September 08, 2009
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