Soulmusic

Singing in the dark places of her soul

Where few dare to venture

an ethereal sound leaks out and pierces the darkeness

that only she can feel

It pours out of her being and becomes

all she ever was

This eerie, sandalwood melody

That mingles with the sweetness

Of the stars that play the harmony

On this never-ending tune

Playing the opera of her life

The story of her soul

In the passionate, unique performance of

Her golden, perfect soulmusic

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17 responses to “Soulmusic

  1. Beautiful! I love the birthing of music straight from the soul. Poem on!
    Here’s my potluck entry: http://mysticmarleei.wordpress.com/2011/09/16/love-lost/

  2. wow your closing is so wonderful how the music mixes with her soul and makes her who she is I love this so much
    http://gatelesspassage.com/2011/09/21/remember-the-years/

  3. I love the colors and essences you have used in your poem..wish could touch hear feel..oh but this is the soul music 🙂

    Stupendous!

    Alcina

  4. Kay Salady

    This is beautifully uplifting. Such lovely writing.

  5. Beautifully written. The first line grabbed me 🙂

  6. love the title,

    bless your soul, have fun in the rally.

  7. Musical and smooth! Enjoyed this very much!

  8. Well written poem. I can almost hear the tones and feel the vibrations of the deep voice – a heart expressed and a story sung. Thanks so much…

  9. melodic poem. :] lovely. :] xx

  10. Hello.
    Great flow. I like this very much.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Your Song Of Love

  11. That mingles with the sweetness Of the stars that play the harmony On this never-ending tune Playing the opera of her life

    Love reading about how music affects someone…and I enjoy writing them 🙂 I have one called “they call it the blues” if you care to read. 🙂

  12. impressive, love the word flow.

    please comment to let us know after you are done returning favors and making a minimum 18 comments,

    Happy Rally.
    Thanks a ton for the beautiful entry and instant participation.

  13. Full of wonderful great lines, and keeps a steady flow, never losing the reader in nonsense. Good work here and a great message as well.

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