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by JASMIN HORST E. P. SEILER
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Great music all over the world

 

From Timbuktu to,
The steps of Ulan Bator,
He couldn’t go farther,
 
From Timbuktu all,
The way to Kalamazoo,
Did he her pursue,
 
And when he caught her,
He did not know what to do,
Or what he oughter,
 
Such was his shame,
Not her language he knew,
Taming her flame,
 
No need for speech though,
With skill playing the flute,
She, was not mute,
 
From cradle calm,
It rose to her tune,
Soon made her swoon,
 
Playing nightly they’d,
Rock the moon, high in June,
With a new tune,
 
Looking for a lift,
Music is such a great gift,
All lovers would know,
 
From Timbuktu to,
Ulan Bator’ Kalamazoo,
When lovers do woo
 
©Jasmin Horst E.P. Seiler
 
 
 
 

 



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Reviewed by Jerry Engler
Very musical and a humorous whimsy, too, Jasmin. Is it autobiographical?
I don't know why, but something about it conjours up this image of Groucho Marx pursuing plump girls, very soothing to me. But you got it right, where ever new humans land among the local populace they show the capacity to get to the romance, music and reproduction (if fortunately that's all they do without rape and mayhem) despite language barriers------Jerry
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
What was that song? "Bartolomeo play his flute which has only one hole..."
Of course she will be enchanted...you little dirty old man!

Georg

Reviewed by E T Waldron
very unique and lovely Jasmin!
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Gotta love music for itt truly is the language that all can associate with

Fee
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Not sure that last word is what you wanted, but then again, tis your write & I like all of it anyway...(maybe WOO?) Ed
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