Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)


Soaring Love Heightened Red Roses


music carries young birth souls
through youth learning emotions
immense new teenage experiences
soaring love heightened red roses

plunging raw grief in lost partners
time razor steals pure innocent hearts
distorts aspiring life vision trust eyes
anger rage despair invite dark fires

music echoes aches eternal happiness
played through connecting emotions
peace permeating universe soul sings
through dark matter waves light glows

music in all ages infuses passion lives
vibrates renewal in devastation ruins
music flows on cosmic dust solar winds
music empowers fertile love flower seeds

planted in hearts to live sing happiness
winter chill must fade hot summer flames
roses pruned cut back birth new flowers
wild ramble rose brings forth many thorns

melody soars in many change cadences
life hears God's immense music borrows
fast drum beats aspires sound collects
kindness smiles in music which inspires

pains in music which hate revenge rages
withers birth right hope to heaven spheres
kind beings sing glory into radiant lights
instruments rise up soar into heaven souls


Copyright © Terence George Craddock

Submitted: Thursday, January 27, 2011
Edited: Monday, April 18, 2011

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