Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Music is Alive!


Photo image: Courtesy of Willow's


Let the Music Play!

If music be the food of love
A sage once observed
Play on

Yonder the savage breast
The Bard brilliantly expressed
Play on

Lennon-McCartney combined
Love’s epitome entwined
Play on

The greatest, Presley and Jackson
Must you desert us at your prime?

Just play on and jive
Music is very much alive!

Inspired by Willow's Magpie Tales #48

22 comments:

  1. yeah, music is always alive.

    awesome magpie.

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  2. It certainly is! ... well written.

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  3. Music for music's sake. Very enjoyable and well done.

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  4. love it...music can pull such emotions....and i just cant resist a dance...

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  5. A happy piece hurray. I couldn't even do that. Music and emotion completely entwined together.

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  6. I love this! well done. What would life be without music?

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  7. I loved this as music is close to my heart, early on in my poetry writing I wrote a poem entitled"Where Would We Be Without Music?"

    Music is so essential to life thanks for sharing.

    Yvonne.

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  8. All of them, still with us, because of music! Well done...

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  10. Love the rhythm here, flowing like water carrying the notes across time, touching musicians, sharing songs.

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  11. And you have played your part so well.

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  12. Where will we be without music. A dreary and quiet planet indeed.

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  13. Greetings, Happy Sunday! Blessings…

    Friendship Awards, Enjoy!
    Thanks for the support, You Rock!
    xxx

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  14. Wonderful poem. So sad these wonderful people had to leave us, but their music will never die. :)

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