Rocking Worlds




When I finally make it back

once again, from the dead

I've decided 

I'm going to be the greatest lady bass player 

ever to walk this earth


I'm going to rock the future’s new world 

I'll bring a few tricks back with me 

from my last life too

well, you didn't imagine I'd leave

all my wisdom there did you?


I'm currently writing my future

I'm writing it all down

In my little blue book 

my blue book, that can never be destroyed

that can move through time

just as I


it can survive eternity 

each time bringing back a new chapter

ring binds that go on forever


and my electric guitar? 

well, that's waiting for me too


I've already been practicing 

B.B.King, he'll never have a patch on me 

and I shall take my podium 

and I'll be loved by all the old souls 

that I've already known from past lives 


whome by the way, are also renewed 


but until then 

I'm here 

patiently waiting my turn

to become that truly magnificent star. 


  • Author: Teddy.15 (Offline Offline)
  • Published: April 29th, 2024 05:38
  • Comment from author about the poem: reflecting on my dream that someday even in another life i shall become that amazing guitar player. lol
  • Category: Reflection
  • Views: 23
  • User favorite of this poem: Accidental Poet.
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  • Doggerel Dave

    Sounds as reasonable a travel brochure advertising the after life as any other, Teddy. Still keeping an open mind.... but sometimes those advertising glossies and/or even those old parchment jobs can be entertaining - certainly that was so with yours... Bon voyage πŸ˜‡πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘

    • Teddy.15

      lol you will come back as my biggest fan πŸ˜‚ biggest of hugs today dearest Dave.

    • Accidental Poet

      Well that's positive thinking at its best Teddy. I can't wait to hear you. πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘

      • Teddy.15

        lol oh stop it A.P πŸ˜† 🌹

        • Accidental Poet


        • sorenbarrett

          There are some famous musicians that keep such a little book and so are there poets. Loved the play on music.

          • Teddy.15

            I had no idea πŸ’‘ my dear sorrenbarret so wonderful for you to share this fact, and I had no idea. 🌹

          • peto

            You are already a magnificent star Teddy
            You wanna add music
            Suits me just fine
            Rock on

            • Teddy.15

              lol oh so very kind and sweet, I'm just an old bird having a daydream. Thank you dear Peto. 🌹

            • Thomas W Case

              Superb vision. I saw King in the 90's. Superb concert. He played with so much soul.

              • Teddy.15

                Was he better than me? LOL πŸ˜‚ thank you my dear Thomas. So damn cool even to think you were both in the same room. Wow. 🌹

              • Neville

                I once shared that dream Teddy but had to content myself with rhythm guitar and mandolin .. I sold my bass to another would be rock star only a month or so back .. Neville 🌹

                • Teddy.15

                  Maybe you sold it to me in the future lol 🀣 thank you darling Nev, I'll keep it shiny for you! 🌹

                • Cassie58

                  Don’t let go of your dreams Teddy. About time there were more lady rock stars. Rock on . That’s some ambition, you’ve got there for the next world. Happy Monday. 🌸

                  • Teddy.15

                    So true, I've always had dreams and I never stop believing in those dreams thank you my dearest Cassie. 🌹

                  • Goldfinch60

                    Your time will certainly come Teddy and I will be in the front of the audience cheering you on.


                    • Teddy.15

                      My dear Andy, that's so kind. Thank you my dear friend. 🌹

                    • DLewis88

                      I love it. It's a great story. I hope you do become a great musician.

                      • Teddy.15

                        Thank you so much. 🌹

                        • DLewis88

                          You're welcome

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