Long Play, a poem written by Mike Turner at Spillwords.com
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Long Play

Long Play

written by: Mike Turner

@SchoonerSkipper

 

First notes of music
Waft from the stage
Bring us a message
From a different age

Tender emotions
Handed ‘cross time
From old composers
To your heart and mine

Beethoven, Brahams
Mendolssen, Bach
Jazz, folk and country
Blues, Soul, Pop and rock

All with a purpose:
To make our ears ring
Sway us with feelings
Have our souls sing

May their sweet music
Not fade away
Oft’ may we listen
Long may they play

Mike Turner

Mike Turner

Mike Turner retired to the US Gulf Coast after a 27 year career as a Federal law enforcement executive. A brief flirtation with the ukulele brought him to the world of writing songs and poetry. Mike writes in a variety of genre, from traditional blues, folk and country to jazz and gospel; along with meter and free verse. When not writing, Mike sails a historic schooner on the Gulf of Mexico.
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This publication is part 7 of 7 in the series Backbeat Poetry