A tuneful day

I see the world as C Major, simplicity and innocence,
My glasses show a world where children play and laugh,
I also have a pair of C Minor glasses reflecting love-sick soulís and unhappy love,
My Db Major glasses never laugh, grief lives here and people cry,
C# Minor glasses are for ego and chatting with God,
D Major, HALLELUJAHS and rejoicing, I like my D Major glasses,
D Minor on the other hand reflect melancholy, need I say more?
Put on Eb Major glasses and see love and devotion,
Iím not keen on D# Minor, depression and ghosts live here, keep well away,
Hold tight to your E Major glasses, jumping with joy could be around the corner,
E Minor glasses are close to tears and innocents,
Use F Minor glasses with caution, this is where deep depression and misery lurk,
F# Major glasses bring triumph and conquering conquests,
F# Minor glasses are gloomy, bloody gloomy,
And oh yes, my G Major glasses, satisfaction, peaceful and friendship live here,
Donít use G Minor glasses, itís uneasy here, just the place if you feel bad tempered,
Ab Major glasses show death, enough said,
Ab Minor glasses for all those difficult struggles we all have,
A Major, nice glasses, see innocent, love tenderness and trust,
Bd Major glasses are wonderful, see aspiration and hope,
Bb Minor can be misleading glasses, they may mock you,
B Major glasses, prepare for anger, rage, fear, see jealousy and passions,
B Minor glasses, the last on offer, see calm and your fate through B Minor,
What glasses will you wear today?

Poetry by Mick Bean
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Written on 2016-09-29 at 13:12

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F minor sounds great

Kathy Lockhart The PoetBay support member heart!
I wish I had my music major son and a piano here in Indiana with me. Alas, he lives in Florida! I know the differences between the major and minor sounds only because my son taught me. But my musical abilities end there. I guess I'll give him a call and he'll just have to play these chords for me. After all I did give birth to him 33 yrs ago. He was a whopper of baby too!! Plus I took out my retirement to help pay for his music degree. Yes! He owes his MOM!!! :)

josephus The PoetBay support member heart!
Very chromatic, Mick! What a great take on the scale and life!