Music Poems - Poems For Music

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  • 37.

    Break off! Dance no more!
    Danger is at the door.
    Music is in arms.
    To signal war's alarms.

    Hark, a sudden trumpet calling
    Over the hill!
    Why are you calling, trumpet, calling?
    What is your will?

    Men, men, men !
    Men who are ready to fight
    For their country's life, and the right
    Of a liberty-loving land to be
    Free, free, free!
    Free from a tyrant's chain,
    Free from dishonor's stain,
    Free to guard and maintain
    All that her fathers fought for,
    All that her sons have wrought for,
    Resolute, brave, and free!

    Call again, trumpet, call again,
    Call up the men!
    Do you hear the storm of cheers
    Mingled with the women's tears
    And the tramp, tramp, tramp of marching feet?
    Do you hear the throbbing drum
    As the hosts of battle come
    Keeping time, time, time to its beat?
    O Music give a song
    To make their spirit strong
    For the fury of the tempest they must meet.

    The hoarse roar
    Of the monster guns;
    And the sharp bark
    Of the lesser guns;
    The whine of the shells,
    The rifles' clatter
    Where the bullets patter,
    The rattle, rattle, rattle
    Of the mitrailleuse in battle,
    And the yells
    Of the men who charge through hells
    Where the poison gas descends,
    And the bursting shrapnel rends
    Limb from limb
    In the dim
    Chaos and clamor of the strife
    Where no man thinks of his life
    But only of fighting through,
    Blindly fighting through, through!
    'Tis done
    At last!
    The victory won,
    The dissonance of warfare past!

    O Music mourn the dead
    Whose loyal blood was shed,
    And sound the taps for every hero slain;
    Then lead into the song
    That made their spirit strong,
    And tell the world they did not die in vain.

    Thank God we can see, in the glory of morn,
    The invincible flag that our fathers defended;
    And our hearts can repeat what the heroes have sworn,
    That war shall not end till the war-lust is ended.
    Then the bloodthirsty sword shall no longer be lord
    Of the nations oppressed by the conqueror's horde,
    But the banners of freedom shall peacefully wave
    O'er the world of the free and the lands of the brave. read more »

  • 38.

    My friend went to the piano; spun the stool
    A little higher; left his pipe to cool;
    Picked up a fat green volume from the chest;
    And propped it open. read more »

  • 39.
    Music on Christmas Morning

    Music I love -­ but never strain
    Could kindle raptures so divine,
    So grief assuage, so conquer pain,
    And rouse this pensive heart of mine -­ read more »

  • 40.
    A Musical Instrument

    What was he doing, the great god Pan,
    Down in the reeds by the river?
    Spreading ruin and scattering ban,
    Splashing and paddling with hoofs of a goat, read more »

  • 41.
    Perplexed Music

    EXPERIENCE, like a pale musician, holds
    A dulcimer of patience in his hand,
    Whence harmonies, we cannot understand,
    Of God; will in his worlds, the strain unfolds read more »

  • 42.
    Stanzas For Music: There Be None Of Beauty's Daughters

    There be none of Beauty's daughters
    With a magic like Thee;
    And like music on the waters
    Is thy sweet voice to me: read more »

  • 43.
    The Strange Music

    Other loves may sink and settle, other loves may loose and slack,
    But I wander like a minstrel with a harp upon my back,
    Though the harp be on my bosom, though I finger and I fret,
    Still, my hope is all before me; for I cannot play it yet. read more »

  • 44.
    Transcription of Organ Music

    The flower in the glass peanut bottle formerly in the
    kitchen crooked to take a place in the light,
    the closet door opened, because I used it before, it
    kindly stayed open waiting for me, its owner. read more »

  • 45.
    Music, In A Foreign Language

    In a cafe, once more I heard
    Your voice - those sparse and frugal notes.
    Do they not say that you spoke your native Greek
    With an English accent? read more »

  • 46.
    Go Greyhound

    A few hours after Des Moines
    the toilet overflowed.
    This wasn't the adventure it sounds.
    I sat with a man whose tattoos read more »

  • 47.
    Water Music

    The words are a beautiful music.
    The words bounce like in water.

    Water music, read more »

  • 48.
    Music To Me Is Like Days

    Once played to attentive faces
    music has broken its frame
    its bodice of always-weak laces
    the entirely promiscuous art read more »

New Music Poems

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  2. Music Reduces Melancholy, Kumarmani Mahakul
  3. music everything, kkc bba
  4. The Music Comes By H.S.Bhatia, Bijay Kant Dubey
  5. MuSiC, Vanashree Mashelkar
  6. Music, brianne prestly
  7. Incidental Music, David Harris
  8. Ode To Music, Daegan Buckner
  9. Music man, Angel A. Lockwood
  10. Music, tayyeba mustafa
  11. Music, Destiny chesser
  12. Differences Music Politics, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  13. Music, Derek James
  14. A Love Song, Emily Krauss
  15. Music Paints the World, Emily Krauss
  16. Adirondack Airs, Mark R Slaughter
  17. Music, Athena Benjamin
  18. Music Is Breath Of Life For Life Artists, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  19. Music, chandra thiagarajan
  20. Music.... My LLife, (c) Vish.. Vishnu Gupta
  21. Festival Haiku - The Spasskaya Tower Int.., john tiong chunghoo
  22. music, sai srujana
  23. by yascel music, yascel rodriguez
  24. music, yascel rodriguez
  25. Music, ramesh rai
  26. Music, Meena Mustafa
  27. Music is..., Madeline anderson
  28. Music, Justine Welcome
  29. Music Notes, Aerin Andre
  30. Music Is Just Like Me, Bryan Maro
  31. Lord Of Music (Hari Ng Musika), Marites C. Cayetano
  32. Sick With The Music, Buddy Bee Anthony
  33. My Perspective Of music In My Life<3, princess artis
  34. Music, Karley Kay
  35. Music, Blessing Ekpe
  36. Music, machelle harris
  38. I Wanted the Music of Another World, Shalom Freedman
  39. Music To Me, Aleigh Miller
  40. lost in the music, brittney crozier
  41. Music to Relax, Divyesh J. Shah
  42. Music Is Universal!, Ramesh T A
  43. Music can tell a story, Maria Luisa Taylor
  44. Mammary Tunes, Mark R Slaughter
  45. MUSIC, anees akbar
  46. Music, Kyle Froehlich.
  48. Freedom through music, Harrison Fairchild
  49. Music, Martina Salazar
  50. Music, Lillianne Rosewood
  51. Music is Heaven, Gita Ashok
  52. .....MUSIC IN OUR HEARTS, Ken e Hall
  53. Music, My Life, Rohan Saxena
  54. Music Haiku, Ashley Avila
  55. Violin, Mark R Slaughter
  56. Music Man (The), David Thomas
  57. My music, Jamyia Herman
  58. musik 101, Thelma Flores
  59. MUSIC IS ENDLESS, Sreekala Sukumaran
  60. What is music?, Jessica Cole
  61. Music Is Life, Person You Don't Know
  62. The Music, Aaron Burr
  63. Music, Tracy Granucci
  64. Music, Shabz Aftermath
  65. Life without music, RiRi S...
  66. (-MuSiC-), Miranda Brewer
  67. Music, Naani Aslam
  68. what is music, robert otim
  69. Music, my favorite place, jackrabbit krjs
  70. The Piano Lurched, Mark R Slaughter
  71. Music……, Abhijit Surve
  72. Music, jackrabbit krjs
  73. music love, inno goosen
  74. music is what i live 4, tiki boo
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