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Poems About: MUSIC

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  • 337.

    A hot morning
    With a humid atmosphere
    A little chance of rain in the afternoon
    Nothing exciting going on read more »

    Custous Angelus
  • 338.
    Holding Sheet Music

    Where else would music come from
    If not from the soul
    Hell, I can't read this riggamaroll
    When you sing the blues read more »

    Richard Jarboe
  • 339.
    Music #1

    Rock n rock, it’s never dull,
    Indie dreams, inside your skull.
    Jazz all dreary, sleepy mire,
    Music, it will never tire. read more »

    Curly Putz
  • 340.
    Music Of Women...

    Music Of Women...

    Oh man
    Play the music again read more »

    Kaushal Lovesmith
  • 341.
    Tango In The Air

    One cool, summer evening
    I turned the corner into Granville
    from Georgia Street, and suddenly,
    there was Tango music in the air. read more »

    Mike Acker
  • 342.
    Glow of Music

    Trying to play a Guitar
    I do not really know how to play it
    Still, felt like pulling the strings to create some music.
    I love listening to rock and pop bands read more »

    Rohit Sapra
  • 343.
    Music as noise and Noise as music

    Music as noise and Noise as music
    Music is often a noise
    If not listen to, with focus and poise
    A distraction when you converse and discuss or you are pre occupied read more »

    TD. Kumar
  • 344.
    You Closed Your Eyes I Caressed You

    you closed your eyes I caressed you
    with this music not mine read more »

    Ina SchrodersZeeders
  • 345.
    Hear The Music Of The Pines

    Hear the music of the pines—
    Murmuring through the climbing vines,
    Sighing through the tree tops high,
    Floating upward to the sky, read more »

    Timothy Thomas Fortune
  • 346.
    The Poem That Comes From Hearing The Poem Of Another

    The poem that comes from hearing the poem of another
    And tries to ride on its rhythm
    Like the sea on its own waves- read more »

    Shalom Freedman
  • 347.

    Do you ever hear the music...then wish you could share it with others? Do you feel it all around you, moving through you, tearing you apart? Do you hear every graceful note and wish you could write it down and capture its essence? Does music move you in ways no other thing can? read more »

    jordan eads
  • 348.
    and this shall be for music

    read more »

    Angelica Ibsen
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