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Melodies – Heather Mirassou

Embroidered ivory mountains flowing tipped waterfalls and melodious violet fields. A thousand madrigals and fragrant Myrtle groves. The rivers and streams sing sweet rapture symphonies. As the celestial hidden skies hover, Venus, charms a quivering goddess sighs. Advertisements

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Symphony of Broken Things – Heather Mirassou

Is it a dream or distant memory? An Italian Concerto begins The alto singer bellows A passionate tale Proud and stout He commands attention A classic narcissistic symphony Balancing a tight-rope A thunderous crescendo begins Drums rattle and roll Strumming … Continue reading

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