Post Day for Musical Notes: Poetry Prompt #7
Two pieces of music for today:
Fireflies by Owl City
Under African Skies by Paul Simon
You may post the URL for your response to the music in the Comments Section below. If you do not have a blog, you may put your response in the Comments Section as well. There is a 15 words or less limit, but because there are two pieces of music, you may have responded separately to both pieces. The option was yours.
Hope you enjoyed and thanks for taking part in Musical Notes.
I combined both songs for one response:
I love getting introduced to new wonderful lyrics every week. My take :
Really glad to hear you say that,
I think I’m going to have to go back to #1 (even if just for myself) as I am enjoying hearing the words, learning the music and artists and using few words to describe the emotions brought forth.
You are more than welcome to do so. Let us know if you post them, ok?
Not sure where else to post this, but at least now I am caught up. 🙂
More than caught up, my friend, maybe a bit a head of the game, lol. Thank you so much for all of your work.
*blushing* – Just having fun.
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After only 7 weeks I find myself eagerly anticipating what melodies await! Thank you for the great prompts. Here’s mine for week #7:
Actually Paula, I’m having a lot of fun tracking them down and just listening. Glad you are enjoying them,
Hi Elizabeth, It seems I have been missing out on a lot of fun – have been ridonkulously busy, sigh. Here is my Firefly nugget:
Love Under African Skies – love that whole album, one of my faves…..Must listen to it again.
One of mine as well, Sherry. You said you couldn’t do this (keep it short), but it’s a whole lot of fun. Hope you try it again and thanks,
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I love discovering new songs and singers, Elizabeth. Then, the deciding of what the approach will be. Finally, luxuriating in seeing what can be done in fifteen words.
Margo, I’m enjoying sharing some of the music that formed and shaped the way I see and experience the world, but certainly agree with you about working through the planning and deciding and the surprises that 15 words can accomplish,
I live in Africa and wish there were more fireflies or unexpected light. African skies can be very dark.
My sister said the same thing after visiting there. Thanks for joining us,