Lin-Manuel Miranda's words will be music to your ears.
The Hamilton playwright picked up his second Tony for best original score on Sunday night. And though he didn't freestyle, because he said he was "too old," he shared a touching sonnet with the audience.
First he sang the praises of his wife, Vanessa Nadal. "My wife's the reason anything gets done," he said. "She nudges me towards promise by degrees. She is a perfect symphony of one; our son is her most beautiful reprise."
Miranda also touched on the tragic mass shooting that happened over the weekend in Orlando.
"We chase the melodies that seem to find us until they're finished songs and start to play when senseless acts of tragedy remind us that nothing here is promised, not one day. This show is proof that history remembers. We live through times when hate and fear seem stronger. We rise and fall, and light from dying embers, remembrances that hope and love last longer and love is love is love is love is love is love is love is love cannot be killed or swept aside. As sacred as a symphony Eliza tells her story. Now fill the world with music, love and pride. And thank you so much for this."
And thank you, sir for that.