My Simple Thank You


Standing in the front row,

Watching your show. 

Singing with tears in my eyes, 

Songs that spoke me through the lies. 

The melodies that helped me through the day, 

With inspiration telling me that I'd be okay. 

Now, I'm searching for the words to thank you, 

For, all that you have done, and continue to do. 

A million stories to sound the same,

With a million hearts to change the game. 

Knowing of such existence, so surreal. 

With your words to guide me through how I feel. 

Maybe one day you'll see this, 

To read of, how you brought me bliss;

When the world felt like it could end,

And, how you took this broken heart, to mend. 

My simple thank you, 

For all that you do. 

  • Author: Rosethebrokenhearted (Offline Offline)
  • Published: September 23rd, 2016 05:26
  • Comment from author about the poem: I wrote this the night I got back from seeing my favorite band live, for the second time, based on what actually happen, while seeing them. I hope that one day they will know that when they sing of pain from heart break, it reminds me of the past, and brings me a sense of relief I've never been able to feel before.
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  • Augustus

    Music can be very moving. You illustrate that on a level that elevates both you and your favorite band.


    Thanks for sharing ROSE ~ Music is always very CATHARTIC ! Love MAYDAY PARADE ~ Love the LYRICS ! Love your poem ~ very elegant and words dripping with PATHOS ~ so so cathartic. Pleased you found "solace in the song" Thinking of you ~ BRIAN

  • Tony36

    Music like poetry is the language of the soul. great write

  • SabreLi

    I can relate to this piece so much - it is amazing to see your idols in person, even if they do not know you. Many years ago I had the same experience and to this day I have never forgotten it, they were my inspiration to begin writing as their efforts guided me through some very dark and distressing times without their even knowing it, and from those dark times they were a shining beacon xx

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