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Paul Prescott

Rookie (28/11/89 / Bridgend)

''Freddie Mercury''


Lover of life, Singer of songs

From the age of ten,
I heard a voice on the radio,
I didn’t know who it was,
But I imagined a show,
In my head

From the childhood to adulthood
I’ve never got bored of the voice,
Like people have coffee to start their day,
I have your voice, I need it,
In my own way

From the different voice rages you could do,
From rock, punk, opera, heavy metal and pop,
No-one could sing like you, no-one
You have the power to sing,
A make something in every song.

You are my inspiration to write,
My thoughts and words who I want to be,
Some people think it’s weird,
But Freddie you are special,
To me.

You’ve made the whole world happy,
An forever people still think of you,
From all different ages,
People still love you,
Only because you are Freddie Mercury

15/02/09

Submitted: Monday, February 01, 2010

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  • Rookie Benjamin Wooster (5/7/2014 10:00:00 PM)

    What a beautiful tribute to Freddie Mercury! Your right about him singing so many different types of music well. I for one love hot space-don't listen to the critics! Come check out my poems, though I haven't written any that fit with my name. Yet. (Report) Reply

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