Posts tagged ‘lyrics’

May 9, 2018

Castle by the Sea

by Nick Anthony

The sun was shining on the bay that day,
And in its radiance I thought I saw the way
To my salvation from this, damn lonely, place.
“Liberation” was written on your face.

You left the beach before I learned your name,
And the memory of your face began to fade
Until that day I found you in the Kyoto snow.
When you gave me your hand, I knew I’d never let go.

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November 26, 2017

#124 POETRY =

by thereluctantpoet

By Charles Robert Lindholm

POETRY =

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September 25, 2017

#67 POETRY =

by thereluctantpoet

By Charles Robert Lindholm

Poetry =

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March 22, 2017

Happy World Poetry Day!: An Homage to William Wordsworth

by scatterednotebooks

Ah, once again, there they go,
a slight roll of the eyes
and a recoil from something foul,
but we know – you and I –

but most I’ve met in daily life
react with mild disdain

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February 11, 2016

~ In Response to Beyonce’s ‘Formation’

by ladyliterati

Silent Refrain – Lyrics

I’ve got a voice

Let me sing you a song

I’ve got a dream

Let me take you along

Show you how

It all went wrong

Have a seat

This may be strong
Momma taught me

To RESPECT all races

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February 3, 2015

Do You Know Me

by graypoet

Always enjoyed this song and there are times when I wonder if anyone really knows who I am. The words make me think, and besides, always wonder what inspired their name….. Simply Red.

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January 15, 2015

Musical Contemplation

by graypoet

There are times when a song strikes a note
When we ponder all that we might feel inside
Lyrics might not mean what we think we heard
Yet the melody still takes our mind on a ride.

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September 18, 2012

You are my love (song)

by forgingpaths

By forgingpaths

‘Bout ten years ago, or maybe it nine,
You called me yours and I called you mine
And through all these years I never did find
a truer friend to share my bottle of wine.

‘Cause you are my love, and I love you so true-
everything ‘cept what I don’t about you.

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