Mandolin's Melody

Mandolin's Melody

A Poem by Fran Marie
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`sonnet`

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I'll play thee a sonnet with mandolin

    softly massage your brow of sad sorrow

absorb anguish so that joy may begin

 bringing bright new light into each 'morrow

 

I'll sing thee mandolin's melody

  sweetest songs of love, each note to behold

chasing gray clouds away, too far to see

 kiss thy lips warm, when winter's breath breathes cold


O' hear my love song enchanting this day

  with poetry's whispered words to thy ear

 of summer's breeze and lavender's bouquet

sunshine and laughter our hearts may endear


          I'll play thee a sonnet meant for just you

                         mandolin's melody with love so true



    

 





© 2015 Fran Marie



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Featured Review

So Romantic and Elegant
I love Sonnets.


Thank you for sharing
this wonderful piece and for your
kind review and comments left on my page.





O' hear my love song enchanting this day

with poetry's whispered words to thy ear

of summer's breeze and lavender's bouquet

sunshine and laughter our hearts may endear




I'll play thee a sonnet meant for just you

mandolin's melody with love so true



blessings. Benita


Posted 3 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

  Fran Marie

3 Years Ago

thanks so very much, Benita, so appreciated;
Benita c Staebelll - KindredPoet

3 Years Ago

you're welcome. :)



Reviews

I loved reading this sweet beautiful romantic craft.
Thank you for sharing this amazing craft.


Posted 8 Months Ago


  Fran Marie

8 Months Ago

Thanks so vey much appreciated😀
I love the word crafting in the first line, introducing your well-crafted sonnet as a musical creation (which it very much is) . . . you're SHOWING as well as TELLING this combo idea between writing & making music. I appreciate that your gently elevated language is still clear & easy to follow, not using convoluted language like some sonnets do. Good word choices add much imagery thru-out.

Posted 1 Year Ago


  Fran Marie

1 Year Ago

Thanks so much for the lovely comments on my poetry..i so appreciate..😀
Tis said that musical instruments have hearts, that played with skill and finesse their emotions can play the score with greater feeling than the composer originally intended. The mandolin here in your beautiful post certainly plays with this reader's feelings.. tis true romanticism without frippery but, love, for real, real love.

Posted 1 Year Ago


  Fran Marie

1 Year Ago

Mandolins and violins make ..beautiful music for the soul..thanks for yput kind comments on my poetr.. read more
emmajoy

1 Year Ago

Our sister was a professional violinist - 'played with a Northern orchestra. When she played she waa.. read more
This was a very sweet and romantic poem. I enjoyed reading it.

Posted 1 Year Ago


  Fran Marie

1 Year Ago

Many thanks, for reading..so appriciated..
Beautifully captured. Every time I hear a sonnet, I am transported back into a realm of other times, where words nd language were so effortlessly elegant to read, but probably contemplated more. A time when beauty and fragility of language ruled, and not a lol in sight.
Superb.

Posted 1 Year Ago


  Fran Marie

1 Year Ago

Right, No lols in my sonnets for sure, Thanks so very much for reviewing..
Simply gorgeous! Beautifully written and presented. Thank you for joining the challenge Fran!

Posted 2 Years Ago


  Fran Marie

2 Years Ago

Thanks Helena, so very much appreciate your reviews;
Very beautiful and elegant!
Great flow and wonderful sentiment,
Thanks for sharing and b-blessed!

Posted 2 Years Ago


  Fran Marie

2 Years Ago

Thanks James, so very much
Poetry's whispered words to thy ear, and the mandolin speaks. One of my favorite instruments when listening to""" REAL""""" OLD COUNTRY MUSIC is the Mandolin. One cannot hear the separate instruments today. Nice write. Kathie

Posted 2 Years Ago


Soft, tender and kind words led the reader to good places and thoughts.
"I'll sing thee mandolin's melody
sweetest songs of love, each note to behold
chasing gray clouds away, too far to see
kiss thy lips warm, when winter's breath breathes cold"
When the song of love is sang to us. A kind paradise, never forgotten. Thank you for sharing the excellent poetry.
Coyote




Posted 2 Years Ago


  Fran Marie

2 Years Ago

Thanks John, so much appriciate you reviewing my poem
Coyote Poetry

2 Years Ago

You are welcome my dear friend.
I just loved this poem...it has a very unique, old-worldly charm to it. The wording and rhyming are impeccable and done with much elegance. The mandolin is a beautiful instrument and music is a great accompaniment to love. My heartfelt compliments on this unforgettable writing, Fran Marie...

Posted 2 Years Ago


  Fran Marie

2 Years Ago

Many thanks, Divya, so glad you enjoyed this sonnet piece..
DIVYA

2 Years Ago

It was a beautiful read...You are most welcome Fran Marie.

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