"Mandolins Song"

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
My poem highly suitable for Halloween; in fact, the original concept for "Mandolins Song" was conceived on Samhain.
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About Reuben Weber

My name is Reuben Weber. I was born in Vienna, Austria on April 13, 1656. I am the owner and proprietor of the "Green Dragon" inn on 921 Canon Lane.

I proudly housed each of the boys who would prominently play enormous roles in these tales.

First J. Sebastian Bach in 1688, age 11 at the time. Then Antonio Vivaldi in 1694, age 16 at the time. And finally, Johann 'Pach' Pachelbel in 1694 age 15 at the time.

These tales are exciting and often times endearing, I really think you will like them if you just give them a chance.


Review by: Mike White on Sep. 9, 2016 :
This was lovely. I've always preferred old-fashioned, rhyming poetry, especially if it has a Gothic vibe to it. This one is subtle, and yet it points people in a clear direction.
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Review by: Malcolm Torres on Aug. 13, 2016 :
Cool poem, could really feel the breezy night and hear the music and see the statues dancing.
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Review by: Lila Sparks on Oct. 27, 2010 : (no rating)
Very chilling, so proper for the Hallowe'en season.
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Review by: Micolo Kyprios on Oct. 27, 2010 : (no rating)
Holy Sweet Jesus! This is the best! VERY! VERY fitting for the Halloween Season, when the perfect haunted scenario presents itself. I can almost imagine this scene in my mind. AWESOME!!!!!!
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