Weird Guitar

The luthier who made this guitar left half of his brain in the garage.

Music Poem V

The Sound Of Music

The sound of music gives us so much emotions
and that plays a melody deep in our heart greatly
All the sound on the earth are like music
and the music brings love and enjoyment to our life
Music expresses universal language of the world
and brings people together where ever they live
The music is the best gift of God to all of us
where its fills our soul with peace and mind with creativity
Every music has its own rhythm
and it's creates a great sound of music
Music in the mountain brings peace in our heart
and music in the ocean fills our soul with love
When I hear the sound of music
then I begin to write a song as a soul of music
If you don't love the sound of music
then your soul will be unsung
Because music can put life in to a dead man

Mosh Pit (Moshing)

Moshing is a concert-goers tradition wherein they push and slam into each other during a live performance for the purpose of enjoyment. It is mostly seen on concerts featuring aggressive genres such as hardcore punk and heavy metal. This is the primary reason why “crowd control” became requirement in these types of concerts.

A more recent variation of moshing is called the "Wall of Death". Concert-goers are directed away from the center of the standing area by a member of the band until a large, rectangular area is cleared (sometimes outlined by a “velvet rope”), and, upon the band beginning the next song; the two sides perpendicular to the stage sprint at each other and collide in the middle, and are typically done in an area in front of the stage which is referred to as the mosh pit or simply pit.

Moshing may seem fun, but it also has drawn some controversy over its dangerous nature – injuries are common and there have been reported deaths. However, it is generally agreed that moshers are not trying to harm one another and follow an unwritten moshing etiquette, or pit hospitality. Moshers help their fallen comrades!

To maintain peace and order, it is not uncommon to see bouncers on many concerts. They act as human “barricades”. Maybe they won't be needed if moshers will end their stupidity. One day, they will grow up and laugh while looking back to their idiotic youth. :-)

Music Poem IV

The End With No Beginning

you tell me
the beginning of your music
has no end

you tell me
your music is eternal

I tell you
the end of my music
has no beginning

I must tell you
my music ended
when yours began
my music ends
when yours begins
my music will end
definitely and decidedly
and elegiacally
when your music will begin

your heart is already singing
a sweet love song with no end
eternal bliss
while my song ends
before it begins



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