Poems About: GUITAR
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
229.Valentino of Valentine’s Day
When the fourteenth sun of every February rises
My body explodes my blood boils over,
As I become once again... begin the beguine Valentino,
I quietly tip toe from the bedroom read more »Ken e Hall
From my window,
a plethora of voices,
bass, alto and gutteral growl. read more »matthew broxton
The sound of the heartbeat of life, so loud and bold,
is the sound of a beating drum, trimmed with gold.
The sound of an alarm so clear and alert, read more »Elizabeth Turner
232.Rising Sun Blues
When I heard 'Rising Sun Blues'
for the very first time
I was twelve years old.
When I first heard read more »Igor Grey Balatsky
233.A Portrait of Myself
A black rose, I suppose
With a guitar case that's closed
And a picture of a girl
In a talent show read more »Patience Connelley
234.FUNNY TIMES WITH RICH
Electric guitar plays the sounds,
of Rich’s guitar to the crowd.
The crowd at bar called the Paradise,
in West Palm Beach and it was nice. read more »Christina Sunrise
235.The Way how Rock Meant to Be
Rock as a legend, Rock as a soul.put ur heads up.coz it's rock and roll.
Aint nobody gonna trouble me..stage my guitar like a rocabee.
The sting that hits with the metal that rings.aint nobody know what i am trying to sing..
Real life, real shits make me sick.it aint matter me coz i'm just here to sing. read more »Sanjay Joshi
236.strings of freedom
walk with me..
you and me, not separate
our poem is totality
and our poetry, read more »ahmed khaled
237.To My Unknown Love
On my bed by night I see you
I feel you coming
riding on clouds read more »Godwin Kavaarpuo
You’re up boy
He picks up his guitar
Finds his confidence
Draws himself in read more »Keiren Ward
239.The unknown rockstar
He sits in the park
Singing to his own tune
Strumming his guitar to his own chords read more »Storm Pedersen
240.(Sad poems) Does anybody care
Here's a bold old man
He's trying to recapture
The faded years of his youth
But his every effort is in vain read more »BanishedFairy (a.k.a ngaka motaung)