71 comments on “Music of Scars

  1. I’m afraid I’m bias to some words, especially the first line. This poem washed over me and I felt so connected with it. This is beautiful. As I have mentioned before, I feel your poetry changing lately and I love this.

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  3. All I can think of reading this wonderfully evocative poem is it being an ode to Billie Holiday but, of course, it could be to any number of people and maybe I am completely missing the point.

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  5. I first came across your Music of Scars poem several weeks ago through WordPress Reader via thepublicblogger. I really liked it and was going to comment on it, but things got in the way and I promptly forgot about it, as well as who the author was. Well, thanks to your like of my most recent post, I went to your site and saw this poem for the second time. It’s reads even better than the first time! It’s my pleasure to meet again.

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  7. Beautifully penned, Dear Friend!!! Thank you for leaving us the legacy from your heart and soul in your poems, books and other writings and posts! Thank you for sharing with us Paul! We love you, we will miss you, we are blessed to always have a piece of your heart left for us in your writings!
    Chuck

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