Who Could Ask For Anything More!

Love - Rhythm!

I Got Rhythm Haiku

Sing and dance your love
with the joy of grateful hearts
Celebrate life’s tune
 
Swaying to life’s beat
Lifting voices to the sky
Melody of  prayer
 

Here’s my latest LOVE-Page for the Book of Days. Not sure if it’s finished but I’m done! 

For whatever the reason when I was working on the journal page this song kept running through my mind.  It sounded wonderful because My Mind always sings in tune.

This video can’t be “embedded” so you’ll have to use your rhythm and click this link to hear Gene Kelly and the children sing and dance.  It’ll make you smile! Well worth the click!   http://youtu.be/LvglHa_P9BA

Here are the words for those of you who don’t want to hear the wonderfully joyous rendition of:

 I Got Rhythm by George Gershwin

Days can be sunny
With never a sigh,
Don’t need what money
Can buy.
Birds in the tree sing
Their dayful of song.
Why shouldn’t we sing
Along?
I’m chipper all the day,
Happy with my lot.
How did I get that way?
Look at what I’ve got.

I got rhythm,
I got music,
I got my man —
Who could ask for anything more?
I got daisies
In green pastures,
I got my man —
Who could ask for anything more?
I got daisies
In green pastures,
I got my man —
Who could ask for anything more?

Old man trouble,
I don’t mind him —
You won’t find him
‘Round my door

I got starlight,
I got sweet dreams,
I got my man —
Who could ask for anything more —
Who could ask for anything more?!

Old man trouble,
I don’t mind him
You won’t find him Polly
‘Round my door Oh…
I got rhythm,
I got music,
I got my man —
Who could ask for anything more? Oh…
I got daisies
In green pastures
I got my man —
Who could ask for anything more?
Who could ask for anything more?!
Who could ask for anything more?!

P.S.  I may not respond to everyone’s comment every time as I’m trying to figure out how to better “pace” myself.  (My tempo was much too fast last year.)  Please know that I read EVERY SINGLE ONE!  (As a matter of fact they can’t get posted unless I read and approve.)  

Please don’t stop.  I LOVE YOUR COMMENTS and

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8 thoughts on “Who Could Ask For Anything More!

  1. love the fun word flow.

    thanks for linking to poets rally.

    let us know if you visited 18 poets, you deserve more feedback on your unbeatable poetry. smiles.

    Happy new Year.

    see you next time.

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  2. I told you to slow down and take better care of yourself.

    I love the page.
    I signed up for the BOD, but haven’t gotten started.

    I can’t decide between 3 different words for the theme of my BOD…Hope, Believe, or Luck…I want all three this year. But Hope usually jumps out at me, however, that seemed to be my mantra all last year.

    no need to comment…pace yourself.
    take care of you!

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  3. As to your blog, and your book of days: “who could ask for anything more.” I totally understand the pacing — I still haven’t been doing enough of it, so despite posts to the contrary — those are the dark demons whispering louder than the postive vibes of reality, time, and pacing — please don’t ever feel that you and/or Max need respond to one of my comments — I do appreciate the responses you have given to my blogs. I’m also working on a book of Maxkus — those inspiring haikus by Max you help him type onto the computer.
    Love your book of days — always fascinated by them, and have had the ocassional chance to see those written in the 14th and 15th centuries (make by 13th as well) I love your modern version!

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