Treasure Island

randi ross


The Beauty Of Music


The beauty of Music.
Music is a short story.
When you drown out to music it's like you never have to worry.
Music will always be there for you.
Music is there when you are happy, sad, or angry.
Music can match your situation and help you out.

Music takes the everyday-ness out of the everyday.
It keeps your soul up and your spirits alive.
Music gives you something to believe in.
Music moves you to motivation to go do something marvelous.
Life is music in itself.
The flapping of birds wings, the sound of the wind howling in a storm. That's part of the beauty of music.

The beauty of music can do wondrous things.
Music can make people break out of their shells that they feel trapped in.
To some it's an inspiration, a part of life, an escape.

So listen to the music around you.
Music makes life complete.
This is the beauty of music.

Submitted: Sunday, February 03, 2013

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