IRONBARD (english poetry)

The first non-monadic piece in quite a while, woah-wui! A bit cheesy but also kinda sweet. I tried to make it actually apt for barded singing, but since I’m not a bard, I can’t actually test it’s sang sonority.

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JOHNNY

Hoje sou tudo no nada que sou, amanhã serei outro.

6 thoughts on “IRONBARD (english poetry)

  1. I so much love this…” between songs my crackling voice….yet I sing strongly”
    I really appreciate how you depict every song situation. We all can relate to one of those scenarios and think of those songs that touch us in a certain way.

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    • Thank you so much, the point was really to spawn all variations of pain and glory, but also to connect to the humility that no tragedy hurts us most than our own, and how much a human can endure it’s own pains.

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    • Thank you so much Chrissy, it is exceptional to hear from a seasoned/experienced writer such as yourself. If you’re a nobody, I’m non-existing.
      Thank you, again, for those kind words.

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      • Seasoned as in OLD age? 😉 I just haven’t done anything with my blog for a few years. I hope to be remedy that now and catch up with other writers too. I do love to read.

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