Orchestrated

 

 

The cello sings low

When brushed by bow

Then oboe chimes in

With other woodwinds

A murmured start

To musical art

 

The music bleeds

From wetted reeds

As the brass horns

Round out the form

A harmony struck

As each note plucked

 

Percussion beats loud

Feet tap in the crowd

And Marimba plays

With mallets ablaze

Baton and tuxedo

Driven allegro

 

Cymbals loud crash

Piano taken to task

Timpani moan deep

As clarinets weep

The rising sound

A symphony found

 

 

 

Comments
15 Responses to “Orchestrated”
  1. Beautiful Brad! I could hear that orchestra playing something super powerful! Great and precise words. You are a master! Thank you for such lovely art that you bring into our days!
    Stay safe my friend and all the best,
    From Spain receive my greetings and wishes for a blessed and happy day!
    Francisco

    • Brad Osborne says:

      Thank you, my friend! You are always so gracious with your words and your wishes. Thank you for all your support and know that I am wishing you nothing but safety, happiness, and a ton of love in return.

  2. beth says:

    your words play out with an orchestral sound – well done

  3. kristianw84 says:

    This is so beautiful, Brad! You transported me back on stage. You captured the feel and build up so perfectly! I love this so much!!! 😍❤😘

  4. WildHeart says:

    Such a beautiful poetry. I loved the rhymes! 🤗😍😍😍

  5. Jim Borden says:

    great job, Brad. I felt like I was watching and listening to an orchestra perform. Have a wonderful day!

  6. Good morning Brad
    Your words – a beautiful symphony. This poem is divine. You play inside our souls.
    It was a real pleasure to read and listen to.
    Have a lovely day my friend.
    Yours
    G.

  7. jonicaggiano says:

    This is so beautiful making the instruments come co
    mpletely alive while making their music. Lovely. Stay safe and healthy Brad, Love Joni

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