Star Blossom Williams

Rookie (December 15,1996 / Hosipital)

Lift Ev'Ry Voice And Sing (Parody) - Poem by Star Blossom Williams

Lift every tear and fall
Fall to the ground and crawl
Pray you will survive this day
For' you may die
Let go of your stress
Remember a Tiger gives their best
Let it rejoice
Loud as your ears can stand

Grab my heart
Throw it and toss it and break it to pieces
Grab my heart
Shatter the rubble beneath it
Facing the falling stone
I will have to stand alone
Let me march on
Til' all my strength is gone

Stony the breaking game
That men disp[lay today
Unaware that girls, cry their eyes away
But yet they show their face
Afraid build a brace
Leave me here alone, for which my dreams will fade?

I have come over a way that with tape I'll reglue it
I have come treading my path through the key of new fit
Out of a broken cast
Til' now I can stand at last
Where the red gleam,
Of my dimmed star, is blast

Love of my crashing bond
Love of my foolish songs
Thou who has brrought your light in your eyes
Thou who did by thy might
Led me away from a fight
Keep me forever in the path, they prayed

Lest my feet stray from the positive side of me
Lest my heart was broken now fixed, I threw the key
Shadowed beneath thy call
Made me cave in and fall
Broken now fixed
A falling stone will crawl

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I made this on September 25,2013. This song was chosen particular because I know the exact words and the rhythm of the original song. I had a project in one of my classes to present a parody amongst everyone. And since the school I attend already (should) know this song, I decided to change it up a bit and put my feelings into it. I actually believe I did pretty good for the first parody of a song I've ever made. Don't you think?

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 3, 2014



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