Sonnet 95, Let There Be Harmony

Sonnet 95, Let There Be Harmony

Let there be harmony, inside of me,
Sweetly singing - always, tones new and fresh;
With colors so tender, softly and free,
Dreamy words, full of muse and loftiness.
Where shadows in dark will flame, to be bright,
Fill every corner, with shades of their glow;
So dimly moods become glowing with light,
Dispel every thought, which won't freely flow.
Let there be brighter days, bringing good luck,
Wishes in mornings - full of melodies;
Motives of the wind, never getting stuck,
Songs of many tempers, in the new breeze.
May each day, be in harmony and taste,
And never, never be of any waste.

Poetry by Peter S. Quinn
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Written on 2006-11-03 at 05:15

Tags Sonnet  Harmony  Muse 

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