Acoustic emptiness

Innervation of chasm, an unusual emptiness,

giving some hints and suggestions.

Sound of my feet as i walk,

becoming tenacious and started to talk.

Convincing me to enter my desolate room,

nothing more than just the walls,

Accompanying my echo, preventing them to fall.

I looked into the walls, all devoid and blank,

asking me to fill them with vibrations and flash.

I opened my playlist of supple songs,

relishing the lyrics, feeling them in my bones.

The weight of the lyrics,

they build up as they strike the blank walls.

Reminding me of the first moment spent,

while listening to this alluring song.

I played it again and again,

never getting bored, instead singing along.

This music along with my moment’s recollection,

Giving the vibrations to my emptiness sessions.

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15 Replies to “Acoustic emptiness”

  1. Very well pieced together.
    I know exactly how it feels when the lyrics of a certain song just feel so right, as if somehow they just convey the words, the emotions that have become hard to keep inside. And, you know, sometimes music really does help us understand ourselves better in ways that are really astounding, to be honest.

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      1. Well, recently I have been listening to a whole lot of Led Zeppelin and stone sour, all thanks to Nitesh.
        Specifying one song as my favorite is definitely hard, because well, I can be pretty indecisive when it comes to music.
        But, if I really have to choose then I’ll go with “Bleeding out” by Imagine dragons.
        That songs just hits a little too close to home for me.
        Do you have any particular favorites ? ๐Ÿ™‚

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      2. I won’t say particular favorites, because i like lot of songs, each connected to a particular moment of me hidden inside them. But two of the songs i am listening continuously for a long time, “Nothing else matters” by Metallica and “Elan” by Night wish. Again thanks to Nitesh๐Ÿ™‚๐Ÿ™‚

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