Music Poem by Edwin Robinette

Edwin Robinette

Cumberland, Maryland

Music

Rating: 5.0


Harrison, Vega, King and Robinson
Pavarotti, Charles, Feliciano or Lennon
Vivaldi, Enya, Byrd and McCartney
Mancini, Kitaro, Beethoven or Guthrie

Dorsey, Tchaikovsky, Holst and Dylan
McGuinn, Callas, Torme or Joplin
Musicians are a welcome throughout every land
They speak the only language that all understand.....
Music

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
R H 26 April 2008

Oh yes... music is key...this made me want to raid my CD collection, turn down the lights, put my headphones on and just lose myself in music...just the mention of these names brought music to my ears...wonderful flow in this diverse collection and a sentiment that resounds. justine.

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David Desantis 25 April 2008

oooh man! how awesome a poem is this! ! ? ! ? And i love all those musicians. I love how you can mention vivaldi and switch to mccartney and guthrie. Very good choices and you hit all aspects really well. Music is universal, and you are a universally great poet.

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Edwin Robinette

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