The wind tangles hollow reeds. String arms reach up Embracing a lonely tree branch. Long, slender legs Perform a breezy ballet
Bringing back memories of a toy Xylophone. Mallets tap wooden bars, A composer conducting a mighty orchestra, Coaxing the bewitching simplicity of each impact.
Melody resounding in the vast yard, A speckled fish dancing to the rhythm travels Through the strings tickling its stomach, Smirking as it passes the world by, Gliding effortlessly through the air.
The wind tangles hollow reeds, Creating an array of ballads As if submitting to an invisible maestro. A mocking bird rises early To usher in the dawn.
Attention all UT artists! Quilt magazine is hosting an “Open Office” in the Quilt Office in Vaughn Center room 204 on Saturday Nov. 17, from 3 to 5 p.m. Come, bring your art and enjoy light refreshments and the opportunity to digitize your work for your records and submission to the student literary and art journal! Contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Open Mic Thursday Nov. 15 8 p.m. Reeves Theater
Open Office Saturday Nov. 17 3-5 p.m. Vaughn Center 204