Don Nguyen


Gary Ayvazian's ' I Love The Rain! ' Poem by Don Nguyen


Glissando slips from the player's fingers,
Glides over the piano keyboard.
Each note resounds, echoes in the listeners' cardiac chambers.
Human mind resides inside human heart, subsides;
A rain fall can quench the parched earth's thirst;
It can also burst banks and dams to overflow
superficial restrictions.
Music of the heart, the hardest thing to predict,
(Mind you, mine forever remains constant ;)
For limits and restrictions simply accelerate its forlorn pains.
So, what can one do to tame her tempest?
I have no clue, all I can do is to guard my heart;
But somehow I still believe in me and you,
Us.
I know, I know; it makes no sense at all!
But for an optimistic fool like me;
It always does.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, January 15, 2014
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Ayvazian's glissando: http: //www.youtube.com/watch? v=sEIab24bil8

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