Saturday, February 14, 2009

A Song of Love...For Married People


Violin Serenade by Nora Hernandez




A Song of Love...For Married People

Let me play a song of love
on our violin sculpted from hearts
born with urgent yearning
guided by luminous stars
while lovingly fired by fate
igniting our desires.
We'll don old clothes
like our parents
playing house and buying groceries
doing all mundane little things
and enjoying it
while we pretend to be grownups
knowing all along
the violin awaits
for those in-between moments
longing to play passion's fiery inspired song
over and over again.

Copyright 2009 JO Janoski


10 comments:

  1. As one married person to another, I wish you the best that Cupid has to offer on his special day.

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  2. A lovely piece you wrote here, for a cute picture! Happy Valentines sweet friend, so glad I met you! :)

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  3. Jo,
    Happy to know you, too!

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  4. 'violin sculpted from hearts' what a nice picture those words paint.

    'Married People' sounds contageous and terminal. We can only hope that it is.

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  5. Dan, marriage terminal? LOL. I didn't know you could die from it. Contagious, you say? A vaccine, we need a vaccine...am I rambling again?

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  6. What an adorable picture! Look at those giant shoes!! LOL

    Your poem is very romantic, and I too liked the "violins sculpted from hearts" line. :) Hope your Day of Cupid was just as romantic!

    By the way, I followed a truck down the road the other day. Name of the company stenciled on the back... "BBL Co"

    Who knew?!?!? blblblblb!!!

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  7. Nan, I see our company makes pipes. I know there's a joke in there somewhere. Maybe the sound of water going through the pipes: blblblblblbl.

    http://www.bblco.com/

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  8. Hope you had a great Valentine's Day. St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner.

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  9. Oh my goodness, I am so impressed with your thoroughness! And ooh, they're not far from us (relatively speaking), so if you ever get out this way maybe we can arrange a tour... kschnoort) Check out the photo at the top of the quality assurance page. Almost has ambiance! HA! (blblbl!)

    http://www.bblco.com/quality.html

    They have a contact form. I'm so tempted to--NO NO NO NAN!! **slaps hand***

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