The Violinist

The Violinist is a poem written by Maryam H. Viqar and shared with The Ugly Writers under the theme Terrible Ideas for the month of July.


The Violinist


Last night sleepy eyes began to breathe in

All details flawlessly emanating

From divinely immaculate perfection

strings well-tuned

In fluid resurrection

Notes sparrows sing in a mellow dream

Songs water drops in a sparkling stream

Happily at the beloved’s soft feet

Resounding E flats and Sharp Cs.

Obliviously When she walks by you

On a morning which oozes With spring’s dew

Satiated eyes witnessed the wonder

And I saw him gracefully


Notes out of this world, a fabulous piece

He played Paganini’s 24th Caprice.


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