Zachary Clougher

(Pi-day / Lowell, MA)

My Song


There is the Song in Silence,
There is the Song Within.
The Song of the World encompasses those
Inside the Song of the Wind.
Listen close to nothing at all,
Before all of humanity shall fall,
Into the abyss know as life
That is filled with obstructive noise, and full of killing strife.
In the Song in Silence magic is held within.
This magic is needed for any life to begin.
To some the Song of the World is a symphony
To the rest is a cacophony.
The Song Within is the most important of all
Without it life will not come to call.
Each person has a note, is a sound,
Lose a note and Silence will not abound.
Before the great fall,
Be sure to listen to all,
And hear what needs to be found.
There is the Song in Silence,
The is the Song Within,
And the Song of the World encompasses those,
Inside the Song of the Wind.

Submitted: Tuesday, November 10, 2009

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