Bells will ring pealing roar in elegy

Bells will ring pealing roar in elegy

21 January 2016

A tightrope walker performs on a rope while holding a balancing pole during a performance at Puri
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The tuning of love few delicate wires

A me and a do and so many cuts

Of heart felt the true not the peacock’s struts

Slight flight of the dove in cage of desires

 

The push and the shove old caveman admires

A hundred years too compound his sore guts

The warning cuckoo despairs timeless ruts

Of velvet the glove then welded by fires

 

I walk on the edge of a tight street rope

On right the healing soars with energy

On border of ledge still uphill the slope

 

Knee sore from kneeling bonded the clergy

Renewing the pledge with balance to cope

Bells will ring pealing roar in elegy

 

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Reading of the poem

Caught out in the rain – Beth Hart

Perhaps perhaps perhaps – Halie Loren

Am I the One – Beth Hart

As Time goes by – Halie Loren

If I tell you I love you – Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa

A Woman’s Way – Halie Loren

Setting me Free – Beth Hart

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