God works in people with similar thoughts, ideas and methods in changing times. "Sing to the Lord a new song," worked through my mind and I decided to see exactly where it was found in the Bible. Well, it is in several places, so I connected to this link.
As I mentioned before, poetry has been in my mind and the feeling to write it nags at me. Matt S. writes it on his blog. http://comingback777.blogspot.com/ . I noticed also that Anita Mathias, a blogger from Cambridge, England, posts in poetry lately. Beautiful, heart felt and deep poems touch my heart often. I identified with her writings almost every time since first reading her blog, but the poems have increased the intimacy. http://anitamathias.com/2014/04/08/god-breathes-stars-honour/?fb_action_ids=10202728394984749&fb_action_types=og.likes&fb_source=aggregation&fb_aggregation_id=288381481237582
I heard that when something new is about to happen, God speaks to His people. Look at the songs to announce Jesus' birth in Luke by Zechariah, Mary, Simeon and Anna, all praising God, as they should. And of course, the angels sing, if one is to believe the Christmas carols. Revelation also is filled with singing.
I think God is up to something. Listen to the singing. Listen to the words. Listen to the poetry. And dance.