This is getting clunky as in I have dsl and can easily hear this binding up or not presenting a beat…soon enough the BEAT will go on elsewhere lol.  but for the point of ease in ideas – you don’t have to have this work or can use any other metronome..  at stake here is the number of beats per cycle and how many cycles per minute – this version allows for accentuation or lack there of to be applied.  so, seven beats per cycle at seventy four beats per minute… adagio  which can be sounds liked as add ah, GEO?  metro sporty and or zippy? 😀

TICK tick tick, TOCK tock tock tock

I am Opening

worms squirming with all of this JIVE

timing my stylings

color coded Memory

dripping sounds  with some feeling.

a Waka (this way! or in the rain) to show I can work within a form sorta.

Image result for graphic rain

/ from a weird Rorschach test point of view this is like the bride coming to the alter

By Starman Jones

Everything and Nothing interests me. I cook read, write and even have to clean. I SHOULD NOTE: I'm 40 something.

4 replies on “Beat”

trippy; trying to read to a beat. new experience; thankx! (-:
d.n.a. star-code,
future ancestors signal,
awaken to read. – kme

Cool! Good job! Love your Waka! Never heard of this form of poetry before! I guess I should google it…but what I’ve learned here in you post it is 5/7/5/7/7…is it Japanese, like Haiku?

I’ll give it a go:

Fall nights are alive
Filling me with ecstasy
Stars pierce my darkness
The spotlight moon warms my heart
Owls coo words of love to me

Ack…oh well…

HUGS!!! and thanks for introducing me to Waka!
PS…Now I’m thinking about Fozzie Bear…

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