Something Just Like This
Favorite Song In a Poem
I like The Chainsmokers. But I love their remix by Alan Walker
It became one of my favorite songs of All time.
I’ve been reading books of old
In the evenings when I feel cold.
The legends and the myths
That flee into imaginative labyrinths.
Achilles and his gold
The heart can’t be sold.
Hercules and his gifts
I love watching romantic clips.
Awakened by alcohol.
And Batman with his fists
Are covering into lover’s mist.
And clearly I don’t see myself upon that list
Because there is no one to give me a kiss.
But she said, “Where’d you wanna go?
I hope someday I will know.
How much you wanna risk?
It is a painful eternity’s bliss.
I’m not looking for somebody
That looks back only at my body.
With some superhuman gifts
I want to share my grieves.
They are in real-world zero.
Some fairytale bliss
That is in the paper book’s abyss.
Just something I can turn to
When time is challenging to go through.
Somebody I can kiss
That will feel me amiss.
I want something just like this
But I will never insist.
The testaments they told
Proving the love is bold.
The moon and its eclipse
Both people into sunshine’s kiss.
And Superman unrolls
Cleaning the dust of the mind’s scrolls.
A suit before he lifts
The promises that stick.
But I’m not the kind of person that it fits
And I am not the one for people to please.
From The Author:
That is a revised post I shared with other writing platforms, on which I am not active anymore. I am best when single-focused on one thing at a time because multitasking is not my thing.
How did I decide to mix up my favorite Music and Poetry?
When I listen to my favorite songs, I dream away and begin to see their lyrics. and silhouettes in my imagination. It has always been like that, but once upon a time, when I painted, I couldn’t draw what I saw in my mind. After I started writing short stories, I began to describe exactly what I feel and see in my imagination.
One day, I was going home after my painting with wine event and decided to write poems based on my favorite songs, because I felt I lack inspiration and new vocabulary. That would expand my knowledge of English and helps me release my emotions. I started to write my favorite songs in poems on Simily.