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This poem is a brief sensory description of love, and how it affects us.

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Hello Jenn. I hope U R well. I really enjoyed this poem B cuz it sums up not only how I listen 2 music but how I aproach playing as well. I close my eyes & listen, suspended in the moment of playing while the music keeps moving. Great job. Martin.
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Love's Music

The music plays,
Hauntingly beautiful,
It plays of love.
It must,
For my heart cries
And laughs...
And soars...
And dies...
I open my ears
And close my eyes.
The world stops,
And yet...
Time flies

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