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Tomorrow's Song Today

"And then there stole into my fancy, like a rich musical note, the thought of what sweet rest there must be in the grave." ~Edgar Allen Poe, from the Pit and the Pendulum

By Veronica ColdironPublished 3 months ago 1 min read
Created with AI at Nightcafe - inspired by Elle Arden Walby and GASI

Pendulum singing

Rhythmic songs of yesteryear's

Foreboding refrain

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Veronica Coldiron

I'm a mild-mannered business consultant by day, a free-spirited writer, artist, singer/songwriter the rest of the time. Let's subscribe to each other! I'm excited to be in a community of writers and I'm looking forward to making friends!

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  • Novel Allen3 months ago

    Oh my! This is lovely. Those poets of long ago were in a class of their own. We should strive to write like that. Beautiful haiku.

  • Brilliant 💙✌️💯

  • Deasun T. Smyth3 months ago

    Wow! that was an incredible piece of haiku, and one I really enjoyed.

  • Joe Patterson3 months ago


  • Heather Hubler3 months ago

    Gorgeous!! The quote was an amazing add, but your poetry spoke for itself. Loved that all three lines had a nod to music in the wording: singing, songs, refrain. Lovely work :)

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