Ikap Cetus, Hymnic 4   Leave a comment

Ikap Cetus, Hymnic 4

Songs were sung, 
However, songs had no length and no duration.
They each were a concept,
And each delivery from one identity to another was a concept.

Songs were shared,
However, songs were simply delivered and received,
And then delivered back and received.
 
Songs were always distinct, individual and separate.
 
With the development of Appreciation and Admiration,
Songs developed.
 
With the development of songs,
Appreciation and Admiration varied even more.

And eventually,
To further extend the concept of song,
a new idea was conceived.
 
With a new idea, came a new action.

That action was the creation of the song within time.
 
This required the creation of time.
 
Time allowed a song to persist, to last, to have duration.

Time allowed a song to be repeated.

Time allowed a song to be sung by one singer or many.
 
And thus came about interaction.
 
And time was a measurement of interaction.
 
And interaction was a result of time.
 
And with interaction there was performance.
And with interaction there was greater variety.
And with interaction there was expectation.
And with expectation there came about surprise.
 
And with interaction, expectation and surprise came about agreement and disagreement.

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