Nicole GravellPellerino

(04/09/1986 / Buffalo, Ny)

Music-A magical force


I Close my eyes
listen, silently
to the sweet melodies
as they take me on new adventures
into the uncharted waters

Each note
a familar memory
speaking
it own unique language
pouring its rhythm
into the cracks of my shattered soul

Each eloquent word
takes me away
to a sfe hiding place
pulling me through
the life's turbulance

On days I can't breathe
I let it pour into broken soul
awakening my forgotten senses
and reigniting
my old passsions

hear the beauty
in the simple word
feel the meaning
in your brittle bones,
And allow the music to heal your bloddy wounds

Words, notes, and rhythms
combine into a magical force
known as music,
it has unlimited healing power
restoring fragmented souls

Submitted: Saturday, June 14, 2014

Topic(s): music


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