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    WELCOME TO BERLIN


    It’s not a terrorist attack.
    No teenagers roll through the station scoring havoc
    just a large man who strolls into the concourse
    carrying a double bass. Standing tall, he strums
    the opening bars of The Ode to Joy.

    Heads turn as a woman with a violin
    tucked beneath her chin joins the bass player.
    A piccolo, flute and oboe meet as if by chance,
    woodwind notes flowing into and around the crowd.
    Weaving his way through, a bassoonist blows
    into the length of his instrument, his eyes
    partly on the crowd, partly turned inward
    where his music grows.

    From Track #7, an unassuming blonde meanders
    singing. Dá da da dá . . .

    A tenor in black jeans and a hoodie joins her,
    his voice soaring over the rumble of trains.
    Smiles open up faces to faces.
    Families converge.
    The full chorus assembles, making music
    to make everyone stop, necks and heads swiveling.

    A woman in a wheelchair cups one hand into another.
    A burly dad lifts his child onto his shoulders
    so she can look about and witness
    the fervor Joy brings.


  • #2
    Lovely picture painted here seejaykay! Congratulations!

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    • #3
      Yes, a picture we haven't seen before unfolding on the page just as it must have on the tramway. Well done, seejaykay!

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      • #4
        Wow!!! beautiful

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        • #5
          nice

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          • #6
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