Ronovan Writes Décima Poetry Challenge Prompt No. 30: School concert hopefuls

The concert was a great success

Just a few initial hiccups

Lead guitarist had no pickup

His mind was in its usual mess

Thinking what riffs would most impress

To make the crowd as one, exhale

In one long, frenzied, drawn out wail

Of adulation at his skill

Guaranteed everyone to thrill

Like all Rock Gods, he couldn’t fail

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4 responses to “Ronovan Writes Décima Poetry Challenge Prompt No. 30: School concert hopefuls

  1. Like-like-like this 🙂 [Rock Music Nerd, me]

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  2. Love Rock, but my son not so much. He likes the Beatles and Hall & Oates. The Eagles. He was at least raised right from before the cradle. He plays a man lead trumpet in the Jazz Band at his school. He just turned 16 but uring Covid during the Spring while he was doing school at home he taught himself how to play the guitar, fingerpicking. I hate him now. In less than four months he’s playing Clapton, and a lot of the 70s rock, but mostly old country back when it was country, according to him. Not this new pop country.

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  3. Pingback: Décima Challenge 30 Poets Collected | ronovanwrites

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