The Music In His Heart

December 29, 2011
By livelovesmile GOLD, Gaithersburg, Maryland
livelovesmile GOLD, Gaithersburg, Maryland
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Favorite Quote:
I am like a star burst. A juicy contradiction. I'm hard to figure out, but when you get to my center, your suprised! It's not what you thought it would be, huh.


A slower steady song
Is played across the hills
The winds play in symphony.
Among trickling water barely heard
But the birds still sound their horns and the coyotes sing to the moon.
The tune reminding us somethings missing-
That the world isn't whole
And the sad song suddenly beats once more,
'Till the music in his heart is gone.



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on Jan. 22 2012 at 12:34 pm
NightGoddess17 PLATINUM, New City, New York
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i like the imagery, but im confused by the line "the birds still sound their horns." birds dont have horns.... maybe change it to something like "the bird's sweet music still plays" or something....


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