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Thumped Was The Heart (Audio)

Poetry By: Scribblings of a middle aged mad man
Poetry


Tags: Life, Death, Poem, Poetry


The music of life, then quiet..


Submitted:Oct 19, 2011    Reads: 6    Comments: 1    Likes: 1   


Thumped was the heart
carried wild on the breeze
Tuned by the wind
and a Steinway's keys
Cymbals dance in a manner
seen frightening
Snapped snares launch
purple lightening


Damp rhythm left
the ticker limp and low
On a collision course
for a liquid rainbow
Spectrum splashed
as the pair forcibly meet
The heart release's
a thunderous beat


Unblown instrument
splutters and pops
Cardiac movement
suddenly stops
Sunken pulse
left the sky dark red
Silence announced
the music was dead





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