January 3, 2011
What beauty a single sound can hold,
though simplicity it does not possess.
Complexity alone creates its mold,
an entanglement most unaddressed.

Who comprehends the pound of a key,
its vibrations resonating in the air?
Who understands the string’s beautiful plea,
a tuned note played without care?

Why does the piano sound as it does?
How does a violin sing?
Unanswered, these questions are like so because
confusion their replies would bring.

Sound cannot be described or learned;
music is impossible to view—
it is something that must be felt and yearned,
an element understood by You.

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