The Song I Heard

I heard the chirp, chirp, chirp ring throughout the street

I wondered what marvel could make music that much sweet

As I stopped to take it in

My eye caught you warble the song you sing

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I spotted the vocalist.

 

 

And the song I heard

Was too delightful for words

It talked of spring and life and new starts

That does good to one’s heart

 

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The happy vocalist’s close-up as he chirped.

 

I could put words to music

But not music to words

I wished to somehow capture

The song I heard

 

For the song I heard

Was sunlight in a cloudy day

Brought a smile to one’s face

And cheer in the gray

 

You flitted to the rail

And ushered in your symphony

To prepare for the finale

 

For though you sang of spring

The snow was coming

At length you flew off the rail

And left me with the song I heard

 

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The poor lonely rail after the vocalist left it.

 

 

 

 

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Published by Jo

If you were to ask Jo what she was about, she'd probably sputter, choke on her French fry, trip on a root, and fall into the Grand Canyon, thus the need for this little digital card. Jo is many things, some of which include Christian, writer, photographer, bookdragon, and fanperson and all of which include the word W E I R D in all caps as shown. In her free time her headphones are blasting all sorts of songs (half of which are from musicals) and in her not free time she tries not to get anything to explode. Her love for God gives everything some order and reason, and that's the whole point of it all. Now, may the Force be with you to the end of the line 3000 cause you'll never know what will happen on an adventure in the Shire!

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