Rhythm’s Children lyrics

Noah Blumenfeld - Songs of hope

Rhythm’s Children opens with a sunrise over a quiet canyon. A narrow river feeds tough green plants and animals call to one another in the half-light. We see people on a wide, fertile plain, moving together in a gentle, simple dance.

Their hearts beat with a universal rhythm. The rhythm carries them into the future. The earth nourishes them and carries their dancing feet with love. The earth watches in terror as the dancing feet move faster and faster, trampling the plants on the plain and kicking dust into the once-clear river.

We see a modern city like New York. We see a child in the city, and hear a voice that she hears, a wild whisper in her ear. It asks her to feel the rhythm that connects her to the ancient world, to look at the problems of the modern world with clear eyes, and to realize that…

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I have been writing poetry for 44 years. I began writing poetry when I was 15 years old and to this date I have written over 16,000 poems. I have had poems published in The San Fernando Journal, The Rag Mag, WYRD, The Cultural Reverence(e-magazine) and in Kiiroo(e-magazine), Mobius and the World Peace Anthology. I have over 1000 poems published in all. I also have a poetry page on Wix.com entitled anemotionaljourney.com. I also have written a Science Fiction/Fantasy novel entitled "The Blue Sphere" and I am currently working on three other books at the present time. The first is entitled "The Angel and the Witches, the second is "Once Upon A Halloween" and the third is "The Devil's Playground".

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