- A poem with a song lyric involved.
- A travel poem.
in the caves of hours- boz scaggs we’re all alone.
oo I’m drivin my life away, looking for a better way – eddie rabbit
this is it, make no mistake… Kenny loggins
kissing valentine by a crystal blue Italian stream – the bangles
miles away, no you’re never lookin back- I just cant wait anymore- winger
don’t leave me. jasques brill as translated from the french
life is skittle and life is beer- tom leher, poisoning pigeons in the park.
david played a secret chord in order to please the lord but you don’t care for music, do ya? leonard cohen
because two out of three aint bad – George uetz, music sex and cookies.
I don’t lack either funny themes nore serious ones nor even eclectically warped meaning to simply me within words woven as sentimental for the moment songbird’s sing. I do lack one that sends me places I seem to want to highlight for you as the latest place to travel.
dah, da da da. dah dah dah..
so swings the feet to the marching beat
Rachmaninov’s prelude in g minor as it
opens all the far away lands exitic as they are cold
but god or happenstance mathematic til lets such be
the land of the midnight sun.
bah bababa bababa ba ba ba ba bah
swells the tune with an aire of explanation
as if my frozen expensive dinner reboiled
somehow makes all the sense in the world
one meal more, one mouth fed as the cold was kept
a reality sure, but dreams too were heaven sent
and then the magic sits with the last note
no more glimmer the snow kaaidoscope
just echoes pelmeni perhaps or borscht
or a paste of it’s probably best not to ask what sorts
dusty dostoevski says it’s unfair I sank the ax deathly in
I’ll wonder on it over coffee, the cold I must escew.