And Ritchie you are so right
sleep while the grill is hot
the horizon cries at twilight
Kansas is just around the corner
though he’s long gone
Ritchie keeps singing
that the fire caresses the moon
sunshine melts the ground
fluffy lyrics and the road moves on
then that song from high school
blending of universes and time warps
the out of focus fuzzy
hearts with trademarks
flavorless, warm and flat fountain Coke
I can see for miles and miles.
Hey all here is poem 27. This is a reversal poem. Today's prompt actually had a few to choose from so I chose a reversal and picked an old poem. You can read the original, somewhat, by reading it backwards. I did some editing, but you will get the idea of what the original sounded like. You can check this prompt and the other prompts for the day here.
I actually remember when I wrote the original or at least sort of. It was at least 5 years ago and we went to the grocery store to pick up food for our camping trip. A song was playing through the store. I am not sure of the actual song title but it is an oldie and it goes something like "someday somewhere, someday somewhere, I'm gonna love you." or something similar to that. It sounded like Ritchie Valence, but I don't think it is. And on our way down, there was this silver silo and only a strange square shimmered like wavy heat, the rest of the silo was normal. And I was drinking warm fountain Coke from McDonald's. The second to last line is a song lyric as well.