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  345.     

No One Heard

A song was sung that no one heard.
The song was sung all through the town.
It played for days - from dust until dawn.
It greeted on the morning and midnight yawn.
A song was sung that no one heard.

The melody was sweet and words were strong.
The instruments were the piano and the gong.
No one heard, no they did not,
For to hear, you needed the purest heart.
The song was played in the land on man;
A song was sung that no one heard.

Copyright © 2010 Leslie Alexis
 
Leslie Alexis

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  346.     

Where Are The Song Birds

Little sparrow, on the window sill,
Sing me a song early in the day.
Any melody whatever you will.
Is chirp, chirp, chirp, all you can say?

tiny little wren, flitting about,
The cactus pads so rapidly,
It's cheep, cheep, cheep, without a doubt,
No song here either, obviously.

Where have all the song birds gone?
Only the doves are in tone today.
Singing their melancholy songs,
The song birds have all gone away.

6/1/10 29 palms ca.
 
Juan Olivarez

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  347.     

Let’s Forget About Tomorrow ‘cause…

Tonight I danced my sorrows away, jumping to
Pampoen and high-stepping to the tune of
Kaboemmielies too – tomorrow I’ll face the
project that is casting such a dark spell making
my life into a living hell – but tonight it’s Die
Alibama and Kaapse Klopse Danse, stepping to
and fro as they do, Loslappie also, all just right
to chase worries away, let’s forget about
tomorrow ‘cause tomorrow never comes!

Pampoen = song
Kaboemmielies = song
Die Alibama = traditional Cape song
Loslappie = song
Tomorrow = song “Domani”
 
Margaret Alice

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  348.     

Song Of Will

When I Travel in a Train

I just give my Ears Intending Listen Engine’s Pain.
But I hear no pain.
Except Engine pulling the Train in the Joy as peacock in the rain.

When Engine’s Wheels are rolling on a Parallel line which goes up a Hill,
Then Again I intended listen the pain as train went towards the upstoodline.

Then I heard a song of will, a song of Pull
Again and Again I Heard Song of will, which helped Engine to Pull.

It Sang this Little Song I Think, I Can
I Think, I Can.

Then at no Minute the Trained Crossed Peak and Reached the Sleek
Even we all should sing song of will then we can stand in Peak Still.
 
Narendra Kuppan

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