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Love Song in Hi-Fi


07.22.10 Posted in today's words by

William C Ross appeared here recently with To Pen Sylvania. As you know, William makes a daily exercise out of “versifying” the word of the day at Dictionary.com. Today’s word was “fealty.” What would you do with that word? I would give it back and take a new one! But I couldn’t write this either. Kudos William!

Love Song in Hi-Fi
By William C Ross

At times, our love song sounded strange–
Tweeter, woofer, sometimes mid-range–
But with every passing day and year,
The melody and harmony were always clear.

Through dissonance, sometimes hard to ignore, 
The tune remained faithful to the score.
A few notes drifted into a minor key,
But nothing changed the high fidelity.



5 Responses to “Love Song in Hi-Fi”

  1. Kay Middleton says:

    This made me smile – right through my cynicism.

  2. Ray Sharp says:

    I like this poem!

  3. Sweet music. Sweet poem.

  4. bobbie troy says:

    Very clever!

  5. Sarah says:

    Nice!

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