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Drops of Endless Music

September 25, 2010
By Samantha.07 GOLD, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
Samantha.07 GOLD, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
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In a motionless world
We could hear other's heart beats.
Our hand would grasp the
Memories between our fingers.
Whispering warmths of presence
Would ease up our arms.
If the earth were to stop
The music would still continue
The piece of immortality.
Loves from far away
Would flee back home.
If time were to stop
The invisables would be invincible
And break the wobbling pillars
Of their rivals.
In a windless autumn
A chilled, crouched girl could
Find herself
While the boy she had longed for
Would finally wish to be hers.
Where the snowdrops turn to fire
A passerby's mind
Would fly among the birds
And everyone would watch in awe.
The breathes of nature
And nature's secret treasure
Could sing in unison.
But the earth is turning.
The people are rushing.
The winds are blowing.
The snowdrops are dropping.
Those who have gone
Have gone
And their love will remain in open hearts.
With that love will come a new
And with that soul will come
A beautiful note
That will bring powerful,
Breath-taking moments
In which our lives are measured in.

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This article has 4 comments.

Kiel1 said...
on Feb. 12 2011 at 1:17 pm
Sam, beautiful, descriptive, poignant  words.  I'm honored to receive them.  Please keep sharing.

on Jan. 15 2011 at 12:25 am
Samantha.07 GOLD, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
15 articles 0 photos 20 comments
Thanks! Spelling errors always occur when you have too much inspiration to worry about them..

AsIAm PLATINUM said...
on Jan. 15 2011 at 12:14 am
AsIAm PLATINUM, Somewhere, North Carolina
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Favorite Quote:
"According to some, heroic deaths are admirable things. (Generally those who don't have to do it. Politicians and writers spring to mind.) I've never been convinced by this argument, mainly because, no matter how cool, stylish, composed, unflappable, manly, or defiant you are, at the end of the day you're also dead. Which is a little too permanent for my liking." — Jonathan Stroud (Ptolemy's Gate)

I liked the effort and imagery you put into this, but the first part just didn't speak to me.  Maybe because I've never been in love.  The part after "The breathes of nature" however, was stellar. :)  There were a few spelling issues, but I'm not really the type to care. :)  Good job!

janem said...
on Jan. 13 2011 at 6:27 am
Beautiful!  You have a special soul and it is revealed in you writing. Please keep writing and writing! There is a magic to it!