Midnight Melody

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This is a poem about a melody that I used to hear on those late nights of studying in high school...

Submitted: November 26, 2007

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A melody flies by twilight,
With notes, thine eyes can't see.
All sights unseen forgotten,
With the coming harmony.

By air, a tune travels,
Magical to thine ears.
Your thoughts, the sound unravels,
In its wake, there is but bliss.

Played in triple-forte,
The melody is stunning.
In thine open ears, you hear
A chorus softly humming.

Measure by measure the music unfurls,
Brilliance in flowing harmony.
A sound as smooth as mother pearls,
The air strikes a familiar chord.

Played in mezzo piano,
The beat is faintly heard.
Mixed melodies weave mystical sounds,
All existence grows deterred.

A harmony flows in moonlight,
On notes, thine eyes might see.
All sights unseen forgotten,
With the midnight melody.


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