Biography of Sam Jones
Student of media enjoy writing, film making music of all genres especially heavy metal, rock, Punk, reggae, blues, Ska and ah hell its all good except pop really.
avid guitarist on my gap year now looking forward to getting out and about in the world.Peace and love to the world.
Sam Jones's Works:
In my dreams perhaps
Sam Jones Poems
As I Stand Idly By
Do you know world domination Were you there for globalisation Do you know about corporations Have you heard of exploitation
An abstract extract That has left the track A disillusioned illusion Jumbled confusion
The Quest For Power
Through conscience comes thought From thought memory is attained Shared memories lead to interaction Sound gifts us with communication
My circuits are fried by your despondent lies All access has been denied You feel disconnected like you’ve been rejected Your wires are crossed
Repetition or revelation Inspiration or imitation Originality, individuality Purpose, duality
An Aggressive Poem
This is an aggressive verse I’m pretty sure it’s cursed With an aggressive disposition This poem feeds on literary precision
You’ve got to work to be happy Or you’ll get bored pretty quickly For singing all day and endless frivolity Though happy and jolly
Empty head Words dead Pattern of thought evaporated Word power dilapidated
Disillusion my confusion Certified illusion Miscreant manifests In your problems confess
Sweet sickly succubae of lies Tragedy in her eyes Destroying hearts and minds Leaving emptiness behind
Come on, let’s fly Way up high Blazing brightly across the sky Burning the ozone
Got smashed Feel trashed Out on the lash Having a bash
Bitterly We Carry On
Wake to the nightmare We call life Fall to your knees Begging please
The storms rising Heavens toll Boom boom boom Thunder at my door.
As I Stand Idly By
Do you know world domination
Were you there for globalisation
Do you know about corporations
Have you heard of exploitation
Seen the bums in the subway station
30 killer tons in a nuclear bomb
where were you?
When the world went wrong