Winter- As she draws comfort in a dark
winter's night. Let's hope it's her husband! O_O
Well, Tawny had to whip out this sweet
baby to prove that a two-line poem can be groovy too! Since it IS only
two lines, I think I'll just put it here. ^_^ All right,
Peter Tork is not a dork because he is a Monkee,
listen to his records once and you will think he's funky!
.....Isn't that cooooooool?
Is...- Something a bit more serious. :D
to Say- VT reminds us not to put off the truly important things,
or you may not get another chance.
Wait- This is a great poem O_o
Toadstool's Poetry (Song Lyrics):
(note: Toadstool's songs are uploaded
on her own webspace and are linked to remotely.)
This is about somebody who's kept their feelings bottled up inside of them
their whole lives and needs to vent to someone. It's my personal fav.
I Told You So- This is a really sweet romantic song!
Here's a song written to a special someone that usually gets overlooked by
the rest of the school...
Say It- Another semi-romantic song about struggling with declaring
you feelings for someone.
This song is about a girl who feels cut off from the rest of the world.
Thought- She's known him all these years, but she's just begun to
care... "Propinquity" quote there, folks. On my part. Not hers.
Freak- Whadda loser this guy is. Hit him, Toadstool!
Years- I think the title really speaks for itself. :Þ
Toadstool wants to remind us not to waste our teenage years.
In My Hour of Darkness- Very different from the rest of her highly
introspective songs, this one deals with the plight of mankind. I
Child- She says hippy, I say hippie. Toadstool wants you all
to know that she DOES bathe regularly, doesn't do drugs, and is NOT
anti-government. Now that you've got that straight, you can go ahead
and read the song. ^.^
You Know- Everyone has love inside them, whether they want to admit
it or not.
Be Loved- To that same special someone.
Are You?- "Who is at fault when love ends?"
See above. Toadstool, when you record these, pleeeease send them
to the Cafe. Your songs are great!
Girl- This is intense. I really dig it.
A fine line between love and hate... sugoi.
Way Love- Pretty self-explanatory.
en Couleurs- Zoe leisurely explores the intricacies of the
It should be illegal for a poem to be this groovy.
Modelled after William Blake's "The Tyger," you won't want to skip this
Me- It's really groovy, I like it a lot. By the way, don't
try to understand it.
Candles- I dig this poem so excessively. It's from a male perspective
based on a story she's writing and meant to be song lyrics.
a Fallen Angel- It's actually about a certain One-Winged Angel. BUT
HEY!! Does that make it any less groovy? No! And if you think it does then
you are very stupid and should leave right now.
Cities of Dead- These two were
inspired by Willa Cathers's Neighbor Rosicky.
Saint- It's about Joan of Arc, in case ya were wondering! Dontcha
just dig the heck out of it, well dontcha?
Boats- These two are for a Redwall fanfic
she's writing! HEY ANGEL! Send it here when it's done, okay??
Trip- Advice well spoken from the author: Never go on a car
trip with someone who's not in your family and her little brat/sister.
a really sweet love poem, about someone whose love just left them.
Angel's english teacher loved this one. I find myself developing a
sort of empathy with said teacher.
water was clear- I'll "freely" (clever pun) admit that I almost always
hate free verse, since it seems that most poets who write it feel like since
they don't have to worry about making sense or rhyming, they can string a
bunch of idiocy together and call it a Deep Poem©. But Angel's
free verse rubs me the right way. Maybe you too. And if you don't
go read it, you'll never know.
Like Today- "And I saw a poem by Angel! And it looked
Poem- ::pats Angel on the back:: It's okay, honey, it's okay.
We'll get you home...
Motto- Personal motto for Kasi, Noraku, and Kiritsu. (Do you
write "Kasi" as "KA SE i" or "KA SHI" in kana?)
You- Retrospect on a relationship Angel had.
Echoes of Me- Keffy-shmeffy wrote dis one for English class and boku
wa RAIKUSU it.
Girl- Steph has a groovy poem about a groovy girl. ^_^
Time- What this poem really means is that if you get half your daily
calorie intake from Dr Pepper, like me, you should stop because caffeine
makes your memory cells die. That's not really what it's about at all. I
of...- 'Tis about the good earth, yes, the good earth, where we fought
and loved and-- nevermind.
This is gloomy and awesome and introspective and stuff!
Space Poetry- Space and the relationship between two people; officially untitled, but I kinda dug "space poetry" o_O