Great music moves us from darkness to light. From basso profondo to treble height, All's in harmony keyed with the whole,
Well performed it uplifts our jaded soul. Classical music's a gift from God to man, To raise his spirit while on his mortal span. We must be grateful to all those who play, To enliven us during each night and day.
A young violinist lifted high his bow, Then played on the strings both quick and slow. The sublime melody went straight to the heart, Reminding us of great music's magic art. We must ever be grateful for music on earth, Well performed it grants soul a refreshing rebirth.
My Poetry can best be termed 'Post Modern Formalism'. It is an aesthetic poetry returning to mainstream of classical English Prosody as a reaction against to-day's overworked prosaic free verse, which as Robert Frost succinctly stated".... is like playing tennis without a net'. I repect the principles of musicality, and where ever possible similes are rooted in Nature. As mystical poetry they demand and elevated language. My main influential educators have been Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Algernon Swinburne.