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Read Poems by Cierra Turks

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God of Music

Attentively
The evening's rain
To the east constellation
Melodies merged and grew 
violent
Indignantly
A mellower noticed
Soothing song
Blindly improvising
Gods summoned music
A ballad of his projected time
Spotlight
Aesthetic potential and 
sympathetic
Too enticed to hear
A showing
Bright musical performances
Through the drizzle, with eyes
He qualified his love for reality
The soulful voices sounded like 
a poem
Instrument of the beholder

Copyright © Cierra Turks | Year Posted 2013

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