Rhapsody

 

I am written

like the lyrics

of a song

intended to be

sung and played

with music

 

I am the song

that stretches

from stanza to

chorus and

the end

 

Sing me in

the morning

when the sun

is flaming

 

Sing me

at night

when the moon

is dancing

 

All of me

I am in tune

My rhapsody

is haunting you

 

 

2012

 

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About chester maynes

poet, and a lover of music and books.
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22 Responses to Rhapsody

  1. thinkingiswrite says:

    ♥ I fell in love with this poem starting from “I am written like the lyrics”. That is a profound opening line. Good job! Love, Kay Lynté

  2. Paige says:

    Beautiful words. It has a deep meaning to me. It’s short and sweet, and can be interpreted in many different ways. Thank you for giving me a serenading read. It lifts my mood just a little. Thank you.

  3. mlissabeth says:

    Reading this was magical. The idea of a person embodying music intrigues me. You orchestrated this piece very well!

  4. QueridaJ says:

    a welcome haunting indeed! Great read this =)

  5. drsuraiyanasim says:

    This is lovely! One of your best poems yet. Kudos!

  6. Lamberta says:

    Oooo! A music poem for the choir nazi to enjoy! yay! 😀

  7. Carl says:

    Excellent poem! If feel uncomfortable with the word rhapsody where it is, but I like the piece a lot.

  8. The Smile Scavenger says:

    You liked my post about missing good poetry – you didn’t use it as a plug, but I was curious. I was pleasantly surprised to find on your – GOOD poetry.

    Thank you. 🙂

    • The Smile Scavenger says:

      Edit: on your blog* 😉

      • I personally liked what you wrote there. I might not be a good writer always, I mean I don’t always come up with good poetry but I thank you for appreciating this one! I’m glad I’ve visited your blog and followed! 🙂 looking forward to more of your writing and wish you success! 🙂

  9. TarekOfCairo says:

    Great work … Even if i don’t know the story but the evoked feelings are profund …and just very few words .. I love it ..

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