Category Archives: Musical Bric-a-Brac

The Piano man cometh

A constancy a singleness of purpose Unwearied and enduring Time stands still A prearrangement A musical An interlude Measured and devised Too soon to spill In pursuit of excellence A true means to an end Fuel to the flame Tell … Continue reading

Marcin Patrzalek

Marcin Patrzalek Watch his fingers, and His “paper thin sky” Poland clearly grabbed him To a journey to a high Summit in a mountain Perhaps into a place Listen to the way he plays He truly is an ace Performer … Continue reading

Behold

Behold the feathered choristers Whose throats are full of song Ascertaining Nature now conducts Them all along Melodic and rhapsodic Peaceful and serene Joyous thus inducing ballads that have been In our minds and in our hearts Forever and a … Continue reading

Gerardo Tkachenko-Papizh

A unique sound of naturalness Songbirds insects we Listen to the utterances And muffled shrieks that be Exclaiming a perfection Humming warbling cooing Madrigals of harmony Lingering and viewing Hearkening a labyrinth Ethereal it be Breath beyond sensation Thinking out … Continue reading

Alejandro Aranda

Home schooled self taught Pomona heard The woollen hat A fabled bird A visionary in many ways Whimsical and bound to raise Eyebrows heartsrings Mindfulness A gentle heart That tempers stress Imaginative in every way Believable to you I say … Continue reading

April jasmine an opera played out in silence

Jasmine green A ballerina Emerging from the stem Pirouette’s whose golden fingers Hold a future gem A starlit curl of blossom A scent to captivate Wind and rain and gentleness Resulting from the wait The honest truth abundantly As myriad … Continue reading

A clown was born

6 foot 8 “Puddle” A pity clown In white A stature Bring it on This man Always gets it right A voice that Cracks the ceiling He is his majesty He reaches hearts Before unreached And always sings in key … Continue reading

“Crimson tide”( swamped and losing consciousness)

Drifing all alone In a row boat old and leaking On an ocean current The wrath of ancients near The wild wind brewing suddenly To search into my crevices Inspiring me to thoughtfulness And certainly to hear Landfall could be … Continue reading

DRAIG

A solar eclipse The day before A brand new moon To wet the floor With beams of gold And another day Sees the Celtic Oak Just fade away So that Holly can Begin its reign A noble stalwart A god … Continue reading

“A radical moment” a song of our times

When not to eat animals is seen as too radical That just proves one thing We must have arrived Where the tallest of steeple And the hymns of the people Researching their diets See we have survived On our tofu … Continue reading