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(Guitar) Symphony

I hear the strings being tickled to sing

Their melody is happiness to me

As each chord is struck to form a symphony

My loneliness is washed away

Played Once More

I tuned in and tines out
I tuned out the bad vibes
I strum along and sang
Until I got it right

I played like we used to
I sang like we did back then

I heard the guitar sing along
Happy to have been played once more

Unison

Hear the drum beat
Slowly but steady
The piano keys tingle
They play themselves right
Guitar strings hum
They sing well on their own
But when everything cimes together
It’s a jewel more precious than any

Just Acoustics

Play me the piano, softly, sweetly

and let the violin accompany the rhythm

Bring in the guitar and strum those strings nicely

pluck them nice and easy to set the mood

Oh! I am taken each time the acoustics start

Slap that cajón and start shaking the maracas

Beat the drum and let it roll

I hear the music and once more I am on the clouds

Play it smoothly those trumpets and saxophones

Chilling with the jazz and I’m all set

I could do this all day

and until forever ends

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Poets bleed from the heart and soul

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GOD'S POETIC CHILD!!!

Dear Reader, I am here to give you a little taste of poetry with some water on the side. When you come on my blog that's all that you will taste is Poetry. Not the type of poetry where it doesn't have a meaning. The type of poetry where you will be inspired, uplifted and you will have a different mindset once you leave this site. You might even come to get a taste of this poetry again. Don't be afraid to let your kids read this blog. My poetry is for and to help the youth. Bring them along with you. You both are scrolling down your phone or on the computer anyway. Let's have fun and get a taste of some poetry. I promise this type of poetry tastes delicious. Grab a plate and a fork and I'll feed you. ENJOY!!!!

johncoyote

Poetry, story and real life.

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