Saturday, 5 November 2016

2 Poems by Denny E. Marshall

Sentinel

The star above you
Follows you all day
You would be jealous
If you knew about the view
The rays shower you
Wash away the known


Space Songs

Listen and you will hear the Milky Way
The sounds of universe call from deep space
A tune that all the constellations play

Each string plays distant notes with no delay
The quiet melody calls you to this place.
Listen and you will hear the Milky Way

The music travels back from yesterday
Keys of dark energy increase the pace
A tune that all the constellations play

Mysterious lyrics what do they say
The chorus moves and cosmic vocals race.
Listen and you will hear the Milky Way

Songs conducted by a phantom deejay
The galaxies orchestra has no face
A tune that all the constellations play

The chords of gravity will not decay
Harmonies you can follow but not trace
Listen and you will hear the Milky Way
A tune that all the constellations play


Bionote

Denny E. Marshall has had art poetry and fiction published. One recent credit is poetry in Illumen Spring 2016 issue. See more at www.dennymarshall.com

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