This post by Adeeyoyo inspired me to do a repost of a Creative Writing Piece I did last year.
A symphony of raindrops
Can be heard on the roof
At first the pitter-patter
Is very soft, pianissimo
But as the drops turn to hail
The repetitive rata-tat-tat
Becomes deafeningly loud,
As the conducting Moon
So too does its sonata
With the waves
The adagio lapping of the shores
Hastens; accelerando, accelerando
To become a crashing march on the sand.
In 28 days, the refrain will begin again…
Photo courtesy of: www.naturewallpaper.info/
Thanks Cin 🙂
I think this is lovely, MTM. Well done! 😀
Thank you Adee 🙂
…and thanks for the pingback!
My pleasure Adee!
I think this is nice especially the Moon conducting.
Thank you opoetoo – for your comment, and your visit!
Lovely…it was crashing last night…sounded as if it was in my front garden.
I remember the crashing waves when we lived at the beach Granny – I loved it…just like a good ol’ crack of thunder.
I like your combination of music and poetry…..creativity at it’s best!
You may be inspired by my project, which was combining a Nobel Prize winning poet (Wislawa Szymborksa) with music. The result is the release from my band, Closer Ocean. Szymborska won the Nobel prize in 1996. Her poetry is transcendent, inspirational, simple and yet surprisingly complex. The music is cinematic, intellectual, indie rock.
Thanks for listening!!!