Brady C. Ervin was born in Covington, Tennessee; raised in North Little Rock, Arkansas. Obtained BBA ,Industrial Management, from South Arkansas University, Magnolia, Arkansas. He now lives in Heber Springs, Arkansas: on the shore of Lake Greers ...
Brady C. Ervin was born in Covington, Tennessee; raised in North Little Rock, Arkansas. Obtained BBA ,Industrial Management, from South Arkansas University, Magnolia, Arkansas. He now lives in Heber Springs, Arkansas: on the shore of Lake Greers Ferry. He lives with his wife of 47 years, Ginger and his grandson, Dustin. They have two daughters, Gwen Ervin-McLarty (Kelly) and Tonya (deceased).Brady is self employed with a Chemical Sales Company and is a part-time tree farmer. He planted trees to prevent any future desire to raise cows. His love for the Lord Jesus Christ has enabled him to write a book of poems: \x34A Potpourri of Thoughts in Rhyme; From a Christian Point of View.\x34 I would appreciate your input. e-mail: email@example.com
Have you looked a t a piano?
The keys are black and some white.
You can play a song in black or white
But when you play both you are playing it right.
A melody in black sounds good
A song in white does too.
But the blending of both
Is the way you should learn to do.
The scales are a combination of the two
And each has a distinct sound.
When played as the music is written
The melody is profound.
The color of the key does not matter
The color is only to help identify.
Its place on the keyboard,
And thus help clarify.
If color is removed from a key
And its contribution accepted.
People would know to make music
No key can really be rejected.
People are no different from a keyboard
Color has no place in life.
Each person can contribute to harmony
And eliminate the world of strife.
Brady C. Ervin