Sometimes Silver Linings are Blue

Sorry Not Sorry

Sing

 

One, Two, Three, Four… Now dance

Time to jump and take a chance

Your mind isn’t playing tricks on you

Girl, speak your mind, make your debut

Clap! Tell everyone what you have to say

Trust your words… Start to convey

Again, One, Two, Three and Four

Lets hear you whisper, cry or roar

Snapping fingers, telling us what it’s about

So Captivating… No one can shut you out

Your voice is stunning and full of bliss

Believe in yourself, you’ve got this!

Carisa Adrienne

8/22/2015

Early morning writing with headphones

Listening to: Sam Hunt

Song: House Party

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21 thoughts on “Sing

  1. rubiredsaid on said:

    Thanks for liking my poem “To the dance”!
    It seems we are all liking cheerful poems. The early is a good time to write.

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  2. rachel on said:

    ‘trust your words.’ we need to do that…

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  3. ‘no one can shut you out’ spot on! keep going forward Carisa.

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  4. Great theme, believe in yourself and also courage.
    Music actually inspires me quite a lot, so it seems I´m not the only one.

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  5. I use music a lot. So many of my poems are influenced by a lyric or a rhythm, and I try to convey that rhythm as I write. Even in my short stories I will place obvious references to singers and some no so obvious based on lyrics or associations. Music is so powerful, and mixed with lyrics it can rule your world. I’m not ashamed to say that I’m a slave.

    This poem captures that moment of writing to music and how elegantly it influences your desire and need to write. Good job!

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  6. Yay! Great new anthem! Maybe it will be on my next Pandora station!

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  7. Hi Cari, once I had a problem of bullying and luckily I discovered that singing was a great therapy. Since then I keep singing almost every day. Thanks for sharing and congrats for this interesting site. ❤

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