Menu

Joseph Narusiewicz

So St Paul, Minnesota
Joseph Narusiewicz
So St Paul, Minnesota
Friday, December 16, 2011

My Brother Loved Hendrix

Rating: 5.0
Can I reach for you like a palm tree?
Moonlight on this sea of dreams
He had a letter in his fatigues
Dead at twenty two
My romance is heavy
My poetry edgy
The cold wind never seems gone
Baby maybe some things don’t go
I just can’t shine like the dawn
Too many clouds
The letter in his pocket was from me
I loved the way Hendrix played the blues
All these stairways crossing
These young graves
Wait a minute some things wrong
We all know some things wrong
Machine Gun gritty as a battlefield
My brother loved Hendrix
Joseph Narusiewicz
READ THIS POEM IN OTHER LANGUAGES
COMMENTS
Stephani Kievaughan 20 September 2015
I really Like the part about { all these Stairways Crossing } Makes me think of How Many Stairways to heaven their are. I for one believe Followers of Many Religions. Will find their own Unique stairway to Heaven. A Benevolent; Compassionate; Loving, and empathetic God would surely understand our many different perceptions of Religion. and our plethora of strategies to get there. three quills up for this poem: -)
0 0 Reply
good writes and it is nice poem.
0 0 Reply
Bri Edwards 24 June 2014
are you 'taking' the same stuff hendrix was takin'? thanks for sharing, but, again, it is a bit beyond me. :) bri
1 0 Reply
Scotty Dogg 11 January 2012
I loved that double album, can't remember the name of it. Good poem!
0 0 Reply
Sam Aleks 16 December 2011
good writes are surprizingly rare around here, this is fantastic.
0 0 Reply

Delivering Poems Around The World

Poems are the property of their respective owners. All information has been reproduced here for educational and informational purposes to benefit site visitors, and is provided at no charge...

1/24/2021 1:28:43 AM # 1.0.0.425