Tag Archives: Songs

Notes That Play

Notes That Playby Michael DoyleThe notes that playRemind us of yesterdayIn happiness and sympathyWe feel this in the melodyThat plays forever in our mindsThe feelings we won’t leave behindEvery second, magic we reliveAll the notes that our hearts giveHeart stops … Continue reading

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Lifted Song

A sort of song of praise: Lifted Song by Michael Doyle With a lifted song I find myself drawn To where I belong Awakening with the dawn I’ve seen all that you’ve done Mystified by the glory of the Son … Continue reading

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Sounds For Troubled Times

One thing I’ve had some time to do lately is to explore what tuneage tends to lift my spirits in these sunken times. Sounds For Troubled Times by Michael Doyle Susceptible to a classic boogie fever As though there be … Continue reading

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Finding the Good

I had a discussion with someone many years ago about why I wanted two princesses to be familiar with the literary classics from which there were derived the 5′ Shelf of Books aka Harvard Classics.  After all, the contention was, … Continue reading

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Remonstration

The 28th Day of Na/GloPoWriMo asks for optional prompt of recalling our favorite bedrooms in the manner of our choosing.  Mostly what I remember growing up shouldn’t be. Remonstration by Michael Doyle Looking back without much remonstration I recall how … Continue reading

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Played Like The Boss

The relevance of rock-n-roll is how something so irreverently off the cuff could change the world into the mainly the Key of E.  E for emotion, excitement, energy, enjoyment and evolving us into a whole new paradigm.  Many watching wanted … Continue reading

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At the Margins

Life at the margins… At The Margins by Michael Romani Fear and death tremble at the margins And here I am always shopping for bargains In the end will I have wished I’d done more To bring more love and … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Varnish

The folk singer sings his songs by the well A little varnish on the truth helps spin the tale The point of the story is what is needed to hear And if a little magic is added it keeps the … Continue reading

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Gratitude: Songs of Thanksgiving

In place and stead of the usual Sonic Gems feature tonight, I offer you this playlist for the American Thanksgiving that I have entitled Gratitude:  Songs of Thanksgiving.  These are in a manner of speaking carols or songs to honor … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics – The Poems and Songs of Robert Burns  

We have had a wee bit of a discussion on Scotland’s national poet prior to this.  It might be good to cross reference this if the reader is just now coming into this discussion.  For now, let’s move on to … Continue reading

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