This is a poem that was featured in my last novel, Arisen From Bygones, as a traditional song of the fictional town of Troika of someone reflecting upon the loss of a loved one by the Bowergrove Cemetery.
A song I wrote several years ago, one of the first songs I ever wrote, about being so broken from being strung along that you become numb and just want it to end.
A song I wrote a few years ago. It is a very short and sweet song about wanting to tell somebody that you love them, somebody that came to you out of the blue that you love so much you're not sure of the best way to say it.
A song I wrote a few years ago, about two lovers falling apart because one lost their self.
A song I wrote a year or two ago in which the speaker tells the listener to look in a mirror to see perfection. The speaker explains how the listener uses a gashapon type of machine to win a prize, which is a small mirror.
A song I wrote last fall which is pretty transparent.
The first song I ever wrote, which I did about four years ago. The meaning is pretty transparent.
A song I wrote a few years ago about being broken and how finding a coin might at first feel rewarding but then quickly degrading and embarrassing.
A song I wrote a few summers ago about a few rhetorical, existential questions.
A song I wrote a year or two ago, my own lyrics written in the likeness of Bob Dylan's "Blowin' in the Wind".