Octet

Octet

A Poem by Alfred Kukitz
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OCTET

LISTEN LIKE A DAZED SONNET
WHOSE CHORUS STREAMS IN FLUCTUATING MOODS
SONNET'S SOUNDS NEED TO BE TOLD
RENDER THE SOUL'S LIFE TO AN OCTAVE OF GOD
WHEN HE ECHOES FROM HIS SOUL
YOUR MIND WILL KNOW THEE
FA LA LA LA, FA LA LA LA
FA LA LA LA, FA LA LA LA

© 2019 Alfred Kukitz


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Thanks E!

I've been amiss at the cafe lately. Diversions of all sorts keep me from my favorite site.

regards,
al

Posted 1 Year Ago


some deep thought i read in this one Big Al ... too cool the personification of the sonnet ... elevates the listening ... and covers the gamut of emotions no doubt ... but i especially like the lift to an octave of God ... oh how desperate we are for just a thin whisper from our Creator eh!? ... at least i am .. and such a twist for me in L5&6 ... if we don't know ourselves ... the wisdom is centuries grounded .. we can't know anyone ... let alone God .. and such a whimsical skipping down the road singing Fa la la la .... love this poem ... compact and surgical with a whole lot of content says i
E.

Posted 2 Years Ago


A song writer and a poet. You are making us dazed indeed. Falalala dear Alfred Kubitz...

Posted 2 Years Ago


Thanks Sami!

Your words are music to my ears.

Regards,
Al

Posted 2 Years Ago


Music can be heavenly and all encompassing. Your poem tunes us to the eternal tune of the almighty. Your pen is musical.

Posted 2 Years Ago


Thanks Jacob!

So many moods like a symphony!

Regards,
Al

Posted 2 Years Ago


this speaks to the fluctuation of emotions, even those contained with one poem...maybe poets are the moodiest bunch...who knows...'

j.

Posted 2 Years Ago



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Added on May 12, 2019
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Tags: fa la la, octave, chorus, moods

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Alfred Kukitz
Alfred Kukitz

Deering, NH



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