Ocean's Symphony

August 7, 2012
By MaeSilver SILVER, Columbia, Maryland
MaeSilver SILVER, Columbia, Maryland
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Favorite Quote:
Wherever you go, go with all your heart.


A silent air takes place
The audience waits
Prepared to hear


This is the place
That stays
Yet goes


Sings its own song
Speaks
Its own language


Music so familiar
The sound slips through
The pebbles


Eats away at the dark world
Slowly dwindling
Then.....


Inspiration comes in the music
The melody surges forward
The deep rumble of the harmony


The orchestra has found its rhythm
The notes become faster


Larger


Taller


Walk into the symphony
Slip beneath the sound
The orchestra has not yet taken a bow


Music still rings in my ears
Beneath the surface
Underneath
the harmony
and
the melody


You and I
Can still hear
Music


This is the symphony of the ocean
Can you still hear?


The author's comments:
I was inspired to write this piece after visiting the beach. I view the ocean as a special kind of song that never changes. Something everything can enjoy. I'm not sure if everyone will enjoy this poem, but I hope everyone can get something out of it.

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