Richard Allen Beevor
Beautiful Sound - Poem by Richard Allen Beevor
The distant sound of someone drilling,
the sound of life coming from the kitchen,
a cat that purrs its pleasure at rest,
gentle hum of the world at its best.
A tingle shivers through my brow,
simple sounds ignite and how
this sweet sensation invades my mind,
a pinnacle of bliss lets ties unbind.
How to describe this discordant sound,
that light's a beam in the pineal gland,
bring peace and serenity from around,
as this world sings from within its ground.
The singing waters flow soft a brook,
the turning rustle of page and book,
the simple sounds of life give way,
to the gates of heaven's bright new day.
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