Violin, Oh Violin

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Violin Oh Violin {The instrument of passion}

 

Violin oh violin,

Where do I begin?

U enthrall me,

U ignite me

You’re so ancient, but yet magnificent,

 

Violin oh violin,

Sometimes sad

Sometimes sweet,

You turn all my sorrows into joy,

Oh, when can we meet?

 

Violin oh violin,

Your strings

Your structure,

Your interior is so unfamiliar,

Your designs are displayed by a grotesque fabricator

 

Oh violin, all violins,

Am in love

Am amused,

When you step into an orchestra

U look more famous than Dolce y Gabbana,

 

Violins all violins,

So holy

So pure,

When you all make that combination of splendorous music,

You inspire people around the world to just admire and adore.

                                                                          

 

 

                                                                          Written by,

                                                                          Tameika George.

 

Author’s Note:- The “y” between Dolce and Gabbana means and in Spanish and its pronounced as “ee” 🙂 …Oh and by the way, I really love violins! ❤ 

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25 thoughts on “Violin, Oh Violin

  1. Oooooh I do enjoy the splash of Spanish there, most interesting indeed, some may say french but at times I feel spanish had it’s place as most romantic language…

    And what’s more romantic than a violin to go with it….

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      1. Yes, I know right! I started learning how to play from online but I stopped off for the while, due to my busy schedule! When I do incept again I’ll like to play for my church ❤

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      1. Well I copied and paced it like that from my poetry book so that’s why it appears on WordPress like that! I had already written it with the spacing! I didn’t use W.P to space it out☺

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