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FREE CEE death in D flat

                           DEATH IN D FLAT

The song begins with a high note and ends on a low
And denotes the notes urged and surged in between
In the center of the song the brass begins to blow
But then a piccolo portends the end of pert and pristine

At first the fiddles finery finesses a flute
While a violin steals a viola’s heart
Suddenly a dulcimer and a drum declare a dispute
When, of course, a pinewood piano pulls them apart

The maestro keeps time measured quite well
With a baton beckoning beauty from a band renown
The crescendo cradles a symphony’s swell
But the vexing vocalist’s voice dons a deceptive gown

Then choreographed is the chorus, the chorals and bells
With a timpani to teach a trombone what it never before tried 
Oh, from the choir comes the groans of ten thousand hells
And the misery music made when our romance and the rhythm died 
                            © 2012…..PHREEPOETREE ~free cee!~

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  1. Date: 6/18/2012 2:50:00 PM
    Loved it Jeffry, beats my karaoke singing any day, the last song a sung was Let It Be by the Beatles, first time I sang publicly on stage, last Friday, almost peed in my pants and I never had so much fun. Went to bed with the tune still in my head. Aren't you glad you missed it, big hugs your friend, Vie