Music enslaves every man.
Music touched Death, now its immortal.
I wish I could sing you a lullaby So you could close your tired eyes And rest for once -Kel Dayheart
Weaving together in sound waves To create a harmony We can be proud of -Kel Dayheart
Crank the music box And let her go Don't wind too tight Or you'll never hear a sound -Kel Dayheart
She was the type of dancer That looked the same In the privacy of her bedroom As she did on the dance floor All it took Was confidence -Kel Dayheart
Songbird cries its heart
Out and then audacious
We call it music
Dancing to a tune
That only I seem to hear
Looking for a duet
Sway to the musical poetry in the air Brings forth a mysterious craving The lullaby moving an addictive desire One only showing a passion’s fire But with the heart of a liar Life is never fair When all its people are madly raving -Kel Dayheart *Repost
“And don’t worry about the bits you can’t understand. Sit back and allow the words to wash around you, like music.” -Roald Dahl, Matilda I grew up watching Matilda weaving magical mischief and changing her life. However, it wasn't until recent years that I actually picked up the book to read. The movie and book,... Continue Reading →