Alliteration Anniversary Poems | Alliteration Poems About Anniversary
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I was born in Babylon
Everyday I want to be alone
I prayed not to get low
Everyday Babylon claim more soul
I just have to go, seek for more show
I grow with no shoes under my foots
Ganger is my food,
Mosquitoes sing the reggae allover my room
Webs block my views, killing my crews
What can I do to survive when am buzz
Where is that place to get crazy?
That place you cannot erase,
That camp with more space,
Where you don’t have to get late
That place where you just want to be free from
“Babylon” Babylon” Babylon…I want to be free
If there is a question, it should be about relation
My action will generate your reaction
Is substitution the way to be free from Babylon?
The game is always ON, grow horns like Capricorn
Cut the vegetables; let’s be able to be stable
Copyright © tomiwa simon | Year Posted 2012
Elvis and Pavarotti,
two attractive singers
from different countries;
and both sang divinely!
Elvis was " rock and roll "
and Pavarotti a tenor
from Modena, Italy!
Both made their mark in music
singing harmony with gusto;
and at times, Elvis seemed eccentric...
while Pavarotti a flamboyant maestro!
Legends are made of one's fancy,
but these two were real;
delighting crowds with their charisma,
and their lovely wives:
Nicoletta and Priscilla
were there to cherish that thrill,
to be a big part of their lives...
even through joy and agony!
Elvis and Pavarotti...
names destined for immortality,
and many generations
will be fascinated by their powerful voices;
and like us, who heard them sing,
they'll carry on their everlasting lagacy!
Copyright © Andrew Crisci | Year Posted 2007
Whenever I ‘GO’ to ‘W.C.’,
considering what I ‘need’;
if washing, or to ‘pee’,
door ajar - yes indeed!
Fitted a ‘Heated Towel rail’;
does it’s task and is warm...
certainly efficient, no fail;
cosy indeed, 'n' just a charm!
It saves on cost, as goes;
professional cost, expensive.
price? well, no one knows ~
prospect leaves all pensive!
She who didn’t fit the ‘Kit’:
fails to close, and to save;
bothers me, a fair old bit,
a cost of being her knave?
Shall inform my dear wife -
close door and save strife!
Copyright © Ewen Morrison | Year Posted 2015
you know how people are and how things go in life you need to prepare and be
stern and happy through out life and just know things that you need to know and
do something about them.....sometimes god says things to you that go right to
the core of your heart and you are one again with yourself.
Copyright © Jennifer Kruvalis | Year Posted 2007