Rhythm of the Winds

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I heard the symphony of the day
I don't need to buy
I stopped listening to music playback
through leaves from one tree to another

the wind starts the violin
use sandalwood as rent
chasing songs full of souls
and gently carried around the branches

a calm breeze came
larger strings burst in
strong strains increase fast
and I listen to the melody pervade

gusts on the grass play softly
a humming whimper calmly
swirling high pitched voice
in the kicking tempo floated

strong puffs storm
in deep symphonic passion
like I was listening to
the graceful goddess's breath
to perfect the work of nature

lightning struck and thunder rolled
cymbals collide and drum beat
in a melodious rhythm flow
nature gives birth to balanced music

when the clouds are cleared
and the wind has stopped
my spirits surge
I remain calm and happy to be grateful
on creativity and love in His embrace

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Solo-Indonesia, 2nd December 2018. 9:39 am
Suko Waspodo
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<Deleted User> (16837)

Sat 8th Dec 2018 08:34

an awesome piece....the melody of nature so perfectly portrayed, i could literally feel it happening around me, nature sure has vast treasures that can soothe and calm our soul... wonderfully written.

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Suko Waspodo

Tue 4th Dec 2018 16:47

Thanks, Newberry for appreciating my poetry "Rhythm of the Winds".

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M.C. Newberry

Tue 4th Dec 2018 15:31

I enjoyed this imaginative analogy of the music of nature and the
music of mankind. There is a genuine history of the influence of
one upon the other, with some of the most memorable still played
today - e..g. The Moldau (Smetana) and "Fingal's Cave >The
Hebrides Overture" (Mendelsohnn). And, of course, we have the master - Beethoven - with his country wanderings giving us his famous "Pastoral" Symphony.

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