If the mission
I was given
Is to do my part
For your heart
To be brave
And whole again
Then I humbly
Bow my head
And say amen
Two Ships & Two Ships Now
The poem Two Ships Now, is the only sequel I have written so far…
The original poem Two Ships, written many years ago, can also be found in Sparkle Forever – my book about friendship unlimited.
★ read both here ★
When your eyes wander over the western sky
And those distant lights make you wonder why
It’s not just the stars listening to your cry
Then reach for the hand that is by your side
Find a song that will light up those tired eyes
There’s healing coming at you from far and wide
Hold your dear ones even closer to your heart
Feel strength fill you up, don’t give up the fight
When you’re looking up, love travels faster than light
SAMANTHI FERNANDO © STARSAFIRE POEMSShare
enchanted flower song
for my Sri Lankan friends: a Sinhala song I wrote while working on the book On Rose Petal Wings – with Music by Dad’s friend Anslem Fernando, sung by his lovely daughter Nishali
surangana mal geethaya: ruwan chethana | read the Lyrics
Listen to beautiful healing harp music by Anslem Fernando here
See Uncle Anslem performing the Friendship Song with my DadShare
I just added Michael Gaither’s newest Album Hey Karma to my music library.
As you may have already guessed from my poetry, I have a Musical Heart and love to listen to songs that spark the imagination – especially lyrical creations that have strings (guitars, banjos, mandolins etc.) in the background. This mix of songs by our Northern California local Americana singer-songwriter is both melodic and entertaining (as usual). Take it along the road as a musical companion as you brave the Bay Area traffic. And if you work in the Silicon Valley or anywhere in Technology – check out the song “Best of Breed Romance”, I guarantee a smile and you wont be disappointed!
My personal favorite on this album is “Somewhere I Went Right”. Find yours here
and listen to the title track “Hey Karma” live on KPIG radio
Discover all of Michael’s music and fun stories at michaelgaither.com
Samanthi Fernando, Author Musical Heart
A poem inspired by the Album BREATHLESS by Kenny G
A single reed
Is all I need
To take me home
To the way we were..
Two feathers in the wind
In a dance
With our dreams
Waiting for the dawn
Two parts in one song..
How the years have gone
How far we’ve flown
But the saxophone
Makes it all seem
A year ago..
silhouette of dancers – Art by Lahiru De Fonseka
Find more music appreciation poems in MUSICAL HEART
Fill in the blank space with whatever is in your heart.
– Something special shared with the angel listening to you –
Shadows in the evening sun
Making patterns on the wall
Flickers of hope from heaven
At the whisper of your name
The conversation goes on
You know my heart after all
In that space untouched by time
Here we are back at ______ again
Samanthi Fernando © Starsafire PoemsShare
Musical Heart Kindle Edition released to read on any device! Look inside
50 Poems celebrating singing, dancing, entertaining, healing and connecting through the power of music.
See WHY I wrote this book & who I dedicated the collection to..
Preview selected poems and listen to a reading of Serenade.
A brilliant song can lift you above anything.. Certain magical musical experiences stick with you forever – like beautiful motifs, woven into the fabric of memory.
At the old mission
We met, as if in a dream
And talked of places
Where we had been
Are you weary she asked
Quite so, I replied
Drink then, this water..
Gently she implied
I wept on her shoulder
And the tears all dried
My cup she filled
With more for the ride
Lovingly she waved
As I said goodbye
Her parting words..
Come back anytime
Samanthi Fernando © Starsafire Poems
inspired by the Old Mission in San Juan Bautista, California
Hope & Healing with Jesus is an eBook of Poetry, to share with anyone who needs the love of Christ.
We have the technology to give messages of hope to people around the world – and I am happy to offer this book absolutely free.
Please take a moment to think about someone you know, who may benefit from receiving this book.