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A Crystalline Moment

Cloudy was the morning on which I had awoke, not a bird was heard chirping, nor a single word heard spoke. My eyes were then opened to what no one often sees, as if a veil had been lifted, with a cool summer breeze. Nothing was moving not a single leaf in the trees, or a single blade of grass, as far the eye can see. The dogs so often barking, in this moment could not be heard. Crystalline was the moment that brought me these few words. Within this crystalline moment, my world was standing still this peaceful quiet moment, for me was such a thrill. As that moment faded I felt an inner peace come from within, a moment then gone, when the chaotic world once again began to spin. The dogs began barking and birds were heard chirping in the trees, leaves again began to rustle, upon another cool summer breeze. Children were then heard yelling, as they played out in their yards with that all to familiar sound, of so many passing cars. Is this what the world is like, for those who cannot hear? Do the subtle sounds they think they hear, tend to strike them with a fear? I will have to ask my brother who was born partially deaf, then let him know in a way, he may have been born partially blessed
Dan Kearley: 7-31-13

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Opera of Autumn

Fiery foliage decrescendos... 

autumn mist sings on tippy toes

Written in honor of John Freeman’s Contest~Crystalline Euphony
By Gwendolen Rix 
September 2, 2011
3rd place

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Smooth Caress

Fingers pause across the ivory
         longing to create melodies

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Moonlight Sonata

Lovers in a harmonic embrace
Moonlight Sonata resonates

*For Rick's "Crystalline Piano" challenge

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Each Friday recedes in burgundy
Bathed ardently in Luna’s kiss

                     But, Sunday will dawn cerulean
                     With dulcet tones of lovers’ bliss

Bearing flavors wantonly consumed
I greet each hue voraciously

                    I taste the spectrum more than I see
                    My senses piqued peculiarly

As kaleidoscopic concertos
Obscure my sight in grand array

                   Each blending shade completes the phrasing;
                   Brilliantly, prism love songs play

*For Brian Strand's "Intervals" contest.

Note: The concept for this piece was inspired by those who experience a phenomenon called 

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The Walk We Take

Genteel hearts, unscathed by ways of hate
May surely walk through heavens gates

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Pianissimo work performed___
                      An artist this starry night born

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'Harmonious beats'

your hand fits perfectly in mine a harmonious beating of hearts

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There Were Many Shipwrecks Here.

On a robust breeze, the sunset flares
through the ripe peach filtered clouds.

As they extend garish golden glaze
past bleached sands, salted corpses.

Cold crying of sailors washed clean
slipping off the clambering crabs.

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Artless Flow

Artless Flow The fount from earth’s natural flue Sends white cascades to translucent blue Crystalline Sept. 2011