Wilfred Mellers

Rookie - 61 Points (March 5,1962 / Kinston, Jamaica, West Indies)

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Born In Jamaica and move to the US. Went to school in Stamford, CT. Army Band vet. Artist and Drummer

I was a member of the Garfield Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps in the drum line. Graduate from Stamford High School and went into the United States Army as a musician. Attended the Untied States Army Element School Of Music in Little Creek, Norfolk VA. I was in the 33rd Army Band Europe,... more »

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How I Love Your Voice

How I love to hear you speak and call my name
The way your lips, tongue, and mouth forms letters and words
Those sensual overtones that utter sweet sounds that resonate in my ears
How I love to hear you speak

Your articulation brings forth joy and laughter to my soul
Your words are like music set to a melody sang by angels
It is like the birds summoning me to paradise
Your subtle amplitude drives me while at ever utterance

I beg you to continue speaking to me for I have never heard a sweeter tone
Your audible vibrations are like a musical instrument playing ...

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