Michael Kessler

Godsent - Poem by Michael Kessler

The music starts playing, softly at first.
The piano rolls by, a tranquil tune.
Into euphoria I am submersed,
As tempo picks up, the song starts to bloom.

An upsurge of melody fills my ears.
All of a sudden the world is clear.
A burst of confidence to conquer fears,
A mysterious urge to persevere.

Music is the most potent medicine.
Harmonious melody is the cure,
Reviving lost memories deep within,
It is a gift from the heavens, for sure.

Music is magic, it touches your soul.
Music is god sent, and earns my extol.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 4, 2009

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