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Thursday, Jan. 26, 2006 01:54 am

Jacqueline Jackson

aroundthecosmospoem #4

aroundthecosmospoem #4

do you know that every minute of every day somewhere on this globe mozart is playing I sometimes grieve the music lost by his not doubling his thirty-five years better to banish regret be grateful he started young give a magic flute to the small grandkids laugh while they duet pa-pa-pa-pa-pa and argue whether the birdcatcher’s name is soft or hard g know that a little night music is now an arpeggio of star music glorifying the celestial harmony of the spheres
© Jacqueline Jackson 2006
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