Music Poem

I wrote this poem while listening to my mp3 player. I just started thinking about how music affects me and how it suits me. I love just being alone and enjoying my music.

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This poem is very true to my life, and it is a great poem.

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Get Lost In The Music

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Published: January 2009

Music is part of my everyday life.
It's the one thing that makes me feel alive.
No matter what it could be,
all music influences me.

Music teaches me everything I do.
After hearing the words, you know it suits you.
Without music, I don't know what I would do.
When I'm feeling bad, it's the only place I can go to.

Music is my life, my desire.
As I listen, it builds me higher.
No matter what kind: rock, country, or rap,
you can't convince me that any of it is crap.

Whatever you're feeling, whether it's happiness, sadness or fear,
just turn it up and listen to what you hear.
To me, music could never go wrong.
I could listen to it all day long.

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  • by Music Lover Forever
  • 1 year ago

This poem is very true to my life, and it is a great poem.

  • by Cody, Virginia
  • 3 years ago

I live my life with a feeling of emptiness, but when I feel empty I immediately go towards music... Because music can calm me down and make me feel happy again. I love this poem, because it is so nice and meaningful.

  • by Lianella, Panama
  • 6 years ago

I loved this poem and I'm using it for a literature assignment, but I need the biography of the author how can I get it?

  • by Jessica
  • 6 years ago

Wow this poem is perfect. I love the way how you simply described how music moves the soul :) please write more, I do love your poetry

  • by Madison
  • 7 years ago

Music is my life! I would die without my music. It's my therapy and it has helped me through everything. I don't know what I would do without my music...literally

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