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Symphony of Crackles: Catskill, NY 2001
by Tyler Joseph Wiseman

Sunday, July 06, 2003

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Written at a little store outside of Catskill, upon seeing a biker band heading to Vermont.

Published in Poetic Voices, Poetry Junction
Published in August Poetic Voices, Poet's Page

They Roll,
Thick black leather transcending the night,
rumbling denim, rough and tumble
With a kick and crackling murmur
the words are spoken,
Let's go!
Right on, kiss the concrete
with your rubber and civil disturbance
All right, rock and roll
was made from your mechanical soul
.
We sold our soul for open roads,
Tattooed our flesh with the stones caress,
the hanging Yap Jap gardens a delight,
the land of Sturgis merging our light
Oh, let your love light shine on me
.
Down the black broken beacon of the road,
rough and tumble and rumble,
they roll

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Reviewed by Susan Cook-Jahme 7/7/2003
Great Poem Tyler - I can see them all before me! Vivid.
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa 7/7/2003
Your poems are vivid..your soul is bold..never forget that only Love cannot be sold.
Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara (Reader) 7/6/2003
Tyler this is excellant, a poem I can feel and almost see!!!! Enjoyed very much!
~Nikki~
Reviewed by Zenith Elliott 7/6/2003
I can see and feel this poem with much clarity...very well done. ~Z~
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 7/6/2003
Tyler:

This was really great! So very descriptive and to precise!

May Lu a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 7/6/2003
Love it
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 7/6/2003
"Symphony of Crackles: Castskill, NY 2001"

A search for identification on the road of time.



I have learned a lesson that can light the torch of my mind.



Energizing line is this one: "Oh, let your love light shine on me".



Keep writing. Keep posting.



Thank You.



Andre Emmanuel Bendaviben-YEHU

Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 7/6/2003
Your poem rolls my friend....a pure delight to read...cheers...love n luck....BHUWAN
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