Music of the Night

February 6, 2012
By riveraerika GOLD, West Allis, Wisconsin
riveraerika GOLD, West Allis, Wisconsin
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it is not the content of what you write about that makes literature enticing; it is the emotion you place into it

Blades of grass rub violins of moon
Wind through a log an oboe holds a tune
Crickets in the night pull strings of the harp
Water trickling from the leaves the piano starts
The sway of trees a mezzo piano percussion
Thunder in the distance sounds a steady drum
Ritardando and then a still pause- the lightning
Strikes fortissimo symphony, climax of the song
The sun crescendos and the symphony is soft
Day has awakened for music in a new light
But don’t forget to listen to the music of the night

The author's comments:
Music is more than a passion it is a way of life

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