Ernestine Northover

Veteran Poet - 1,376 Points (25th March 1943)

In Full Volume - Poem by Ernestine Northover

It started out with a violin,
bow drawn steadily across the strings.
With a haunting tune it did begin,
to delight me, which such music brings.

Now joining in with this gentle strain,
a lone flute took up the melody.
Its bright notes enriching the refrain,
creating a honeyed symphony.

Entire orchestra in full volume,
brought other instruments into play.
What powerful vibes suffused the room.
An overwhelming concertante.

This harmony of glorious sounds,
all bursting forth from the piano’s keys.
made me listen. How it all astounds,
this perfect piece, one of Vivaldi’s.


© Ernestine Northover


Comments about In Full Volume by Ernestine Northover

  • Andrew Blakemore (5/21/2008 3:05:00 PM)


    A poetical and musical feast here Ernestine. Great write, love Andrew x (Report) Reply

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  • Melvina Germain (4/21/2008 12:04:00 AM)


    Well Ernestine you certainly brought me into this poem. The divine sound of musical instruments all blending together to create a wonderful symphony. Lovely indeed, I love listening to instrumental music.
    Melvina
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  • (4/18/2008 9:00:00 PM)


    A lovely poem Ernestine! Turn up the volume a little more, so i can hear it too! ! *10*! !
    Kidding now, thanks for sharing, a pleasure to read! !
    Friend Thad
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  • (4/18/2008 7:25:00 PM)


    This is a very beautiful piece Ern..I love it (Report) Reply

  • Theorem Thetruthserum (4/18/2008 5:20:00 PM)


    Very good...honeyed symphony...yes classical music is very sweet. Thanks for the piece. (Report) Reply

  • (4/18/2008 4:37:00 PM)


    This is weird, for it was just moments ago that I was listening to a piece by Vivaldi
    Winter
    I will try and sent it your way
    Take care darling
    Love duncan X
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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 18, 2008



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