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What Is Music To You? - Poem by Sylvia Chidi

Music is freedom that relentlessly exists
Freedom of speech
Freedom of thought
Freedom of creativity
Freedom of imagination

Music is ever soothingly healing
A bombardment of on-going expression of feelings
Music is a tool of unity
Always bringing people together as family
Hence be described as a mentor of spirituality

Music is magic
Performing its tricks
With sweet instrumental tones and lyrics

Music is emotionally captivating
Music is positively distracting
Music is a form of beautiful art
Passed on as a message on a public stage

Music is as powerful as water
Flowing in and out of generations
Trapped ever so often only by its own enormous power

Music is an angel
Singing out from the skies as she flies
Music is love
Music is the food of all moods
Music is perfect and it is good for you

Copyright 2006 - Sylvia Chidi


Comments about What Is Music To You? by Sylvia Chidi

  • Gold Star - 6,432 Points Bernard Snyder (3/6/2016 12:19:00 AM)

    I totally agree to all of these. You've done a magnificent job in expressing this poetically! (Report) Reply

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  • Gold Star - 96,078 Points Rajnish Manga (3/5/2016 11:18:00 AM)

    Music is an ethereal experience and God sent. That is why music is so blissful and soul stirring. Thanks. 'Music is ever soothingly healing / Music is love / Music is the food of all moods' (Report) Reply

  • Gold Star - 68,230 Points Ratnakar Mandlik (3/5/2016 10:33:00 AM)

    Amazing portrayal of almost all facets of Music and it's capabilities in the form of a melodious verse. It certainly deserves to be the poem of the day. Heartiest congrats for the same. (Report) Reply

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Poems About Music

  1. 1. I Am In Need Of Music , Elizabeth Bishop
  2. 2. Dirge Without Music , Edna St. Vincent Millay
  3. 3. Celestial Music , Louise Gluck
  4. 4. Music , Walter de la Mare
  5. 5. Music Swims Back To Me , Anne Sexton
  6. 6. Ancient Music , Ezra Pound
  7. 7. I Know The Music , Wilfred Owen
  8. 8. Broken Music , Dante Gabriel Rossetti
  9. 9. Music, When Soft Voices Die , Percy Bysshe Shelley
  10. 10. We Are The Music-Makers , Arthur William Edgar O'Shaug ..
  11. 11. What Is Music To You? , Sylvia Chidi
  12. 12. (1) Before The Music Ends , Sandra Fowler
  13. 13. Sonnet 128: How Oft, When Thou, My Music.. , William Shakespeare
  14. 14. Bagpipe Music , Louis Macneice
  15. 15. Music , Rainer Maria Rilke
  16. 16. Music , Frank O'Hara
  17. 17. At A Solemn Music , John Milton
  18. 18. April Music , s./j. goldner
  19. 19. Words For Music Perhaps , William Butler Yeats
  20. 20. The Music , Kathryn Thompson
  21. 21. To Music , Rainer Maria Rilke
  22. 22. On Music , Thomas Moore
  23. 23. Sonnet 8: Music To Hear, Why Hear'st Tho.. , William Shakespeare
  24. 24. Secret Music , Siegfried Sassoon
  25. 25. Music , Wilfred Owen
  26. 26. That Music Always Round Me , Walt Whitman
  27. 27. Call It Music , Philip Levine
  28. 28. Church Music , George Herbert
  29. 29. Better—than Music! For I—who Heard It , Emily Dickinson
  30. 30. Alexander's Feast; Or, The Power Of Music , John Dryden
  31. 31. The Choir And Music Of Solitude And Sile.. , Delmore Schwartz
  32. 32. Away With Funeral Music , Robert Louis Stevenson
  33. 33. Music I Heard , Conrad Potter Aiken
  34. 34. From Spring Days To Winter (For Music) , Oscar Wilde
  35. 35. Music , .Pd. is here
  36. 36. Proud Music Of The Storm , Walt Whitman
  37. 37. To The One Of Fictive Music , Wallace Stevens
  38. 38. Italian Music In Dakota , Walt Whitman
  39. 39. Song And Music , Dante Gabriel Rossetti
  40. 40. There Is A Lady Sweet And Kind, Thomas F.. , Anonymous
  41. 41. Master Of Music , Henry Van Dyke
  42. 42. Perplexed Music , Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  43. 43. Five For Country Music , Lisel Mueller
  44. 44. ! ! Impressionism In Paint, In Music, In.. , Michael Shepherd
  45. 45. Music , Arthur Seymour John Tessimond
  46. 46. Music: An Ode , Algernon Charles Swinburne
  47. 47. Sing -- Sing -- Music Was Given , Thomas Moore
  48. 48. War-Music , Henry Van Dyke
  49. 49. Music To Me Is Like Days , Les Murray
  50. 50. Storm-Music , Henry Van Dyke
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