The Poet

A musician of rythmic words,

On stage,

theatre,

or

hidden behind a mask.

Off to Venice,

London Globe,

Around the World,

As each one,

Captured the music to paper,

Hidden below the heart,

Melodies and vibrations,

Tickling and tingling,

As each one plays the keys.

Waving the pencil baton,

Conducting the orchestra,

Softly, softly,

Louder and louder,

Bang a surprise.

A tear of sadness,

A gasp of horror,

An eye full of thought,

A tragedy,

A romantic waltz.

As the baton meets the music sheet,

Catching the feelings,

As they move in harmony,

Faster, faster, faster.

Shout the audience,

A fox trot,

A cha cha cha,

A rumba or zumba,

A belly dance,

A rock and roll,

Up and down,

A thrill of excitement,

A twist and a jive,

The charleston or a

Seductive tango.

A ballroom filled with music,

The poets of today,

Yesterdays music and,

Tomorrow’s symphonies,

Enjoy the music and dance.

The Poet.

By Natasha

Some

Published by Luisa Natasha Parker

“People Matters, Lives Matter and You Matter Our story does not define us but our actions will” Bilingual, creative, problem-solving experience within Education, Hospitality, Banking, Media and Publishing. Consistently delivering first-rate exceptional customer satisfaction and service, strengthening business relationships at all levels. Remunerated for my hard work, dedication, and self-motivation, adaptable to work in a team or alone. Achieving booking sales of 180K in six months with one-week training on systems, No.1 in Sales Team of 60. Reduce outstanding debt by 50% in a 3 month period. Thrive on challenges, detail orientated and sometimes a perfectionist. Resourceful excelling at designing efficient quality control procedures and maintaining sound internal controls. Author and Poet in my spare time receiving recognition for my passion to inspire others and supporting my 3 Children in their Journey & Passions.

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