Not a Monday, but a Tuesday Reflection: Nature’s Music

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Life Crossed Out and Rewritten

In life, there are storms. My Monday turned out to be a Tuesday. The weather caused the electricity to go out, but I can still reflect on the music around us.

The cold wind sings.
The thunder roars.
The rain drips and drops.

 

Life Crossed Out and RewrittenWhen the weather becomes overbearing, remember there is a sunrise at the end of the road.

The birds will begin to chirp.
The wind will begin to whistle.
The sun will start  to shine.

 

Through harsh winters and summer droughts, we listen to nature’s music. On rainy days, you can hear the green tree frog call. It’s a perfect day to stay indoors and read. Summer brings out the Bumblebees. Their gentle buzz can be heard amongst the flowers. Let’s go out for a picnic!

We can create our own music! I personally like the sound of violins and pianos. Music can make us laugh and cry. It’s simply therapeutic, and we don’t always need an iPod.

Published by Vero

About me? I’m never good at these things, but here are the basics. I’m a journalism and film graduate from the University of Texas at Austin. I'm a dedicated digital content nerd with over eight years of experience in digital content management, content writing, copy editing, and project management. Currently, I'm a staff writer for The American Genius, and I manage my personal blog that advocates for epilepsy awareness. I LOVE to bake! I like to challenge myself to learn new decorating and baking techniques. And although I’d love to say I’ve mastered everything and have never burnt a dessert, it simply isn’t true.

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