Painter’s Symphony, a poem written by Brad Osborne at Spillwords.com

Spillwords.com presents: Painter’s Symphony, a poem by Brad Osborne.

Sheet Music

My tears wrote a love song,
On the letter you left behind…

Lucky I

It is there,
Among dappled sunlight,
Twinkling the scent of violets,
On one of those forever days…

Blessings of the Palette

Then with their gracious, giving heart,
Expressions laced within their art…

Orchestrated

The music bleeds,
From wetted reeds,
As the brass horns,
Round out the form…

Noted Envy

I have always envied musician’s gift,
As their melodies and harmonies lift…

Painter’s Symphony

Sounds so worthy of being seen
Painted across white linen sheet

I Hear You

There is a vast difference between hearing and listening. Our conscious world bombards us with a plethora of sounds, from the faint rustling of leaves to the blaring of the horn from the car behind us. And although we hear everything, our vastly capable brain organizes and prioritizes these sounds so our auditory senses do … Continue reading

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