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Music Defined

An original poem by Copy Editor, Megan Parker

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Music Defined

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By Megan Parker, Copy Editor

Sounds cascade my mind;
Through my ears they reach,
Music’s beauty is one of a kind.

Comfort in them I find,
The noise never bleak,
Sounds cascade my mind.

Skillfully written notes in line,
Illiterate I am to read,
Music’s beauty is one of a kind.

With words that are behind,
Feelings full of mystique;
Sounds cascade my mind.

This song impossibly confined,
Unable to envision minute three;
Music’s beauty is one of a kind.

Expressions made too refined,
Through things, my ears don’t see.
Sounds cascade my mind,

Music’s beauty is one of a kind.

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