Once I wrote music
In song there were poems,
The words of a soul in crisis,
Crying out for answers
A murder of crows cawing at
Melting glacial waters
A crevasse face carved in 100 million years of snow
Black beaks streaked with notes that would melt
Beats into symphony or a capella secrets
I sang in my room as a young girl
Have you watched the faces of children
Who have seen war?
They are older than they Read More
Put your heart into it. Learn it by heart. Sing with all your heart.
We are all familiar with such expressions, which suggest that the heart is more than a physical pump that sustains life. Throughout history, philosophers, poets, and prophets have regarded the human heart as the source of love, wisdom, intuition, and positive emotions…to read more.