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“All human things of dearest value hang on slender strings.” —Edmund Waller

Strummed strings of melody
Thrumming in harmony
With the lyre of Hermes
Of these we sing

But the lover’s power is the poet’s power. He can make love from all the common strings with which this world is strung.

Amelia Barr

Strings 2

Entangled strings unfurl
Gordian coils uncurl
M
öbius strips turn tail
Slinky loops spring

The fibers of all things have their tension and are strained like the strings of an instrument.

Henry David Thoreau

Strings 3

Shimmering wiggly strings
Relaxing and tightening
Songs of the heartland sing
Outstretched like wings

Enthusiasm is everything. It must be taut and vibrating like a guitar string.

Pelé

Strings 4

Hermes’ lyre’s tensile strands
Strung across canyons grand
Strummed between heart and hands
Of strings we sing!

Strings of gravity vibrate at a different frequency than strings of light.

Roy H. Williams

 



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