When Rock Was Young ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

In ancient times When rock was young There were lyrics to write And songs to be sung This music was different It was loud, it was fun And it all revolved Around the beat of a drum Much of rock started With 3 guitars and drums Add a lead singer and keyboards And become number... Continue Reading →


Sleep Song ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

When you feel yourself falling Just lay your head down And I'll sing you a lullaby A sleep song for you Let my words Bring you comfort And calm all your fears Go to sleep for me now And know that I am here ~The Tennessee Poet~ ©Walt Page 2019 All Rights Reserved

The Music Remains – A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

As he sits in the darkness The yearning begins He tries so hard to remember His younger, pain free days He remembers the music though Each and every lyric Each and every beat Each and every wink he got From girls in the audience He wants that back so badly He remembers the feeling Of... Continue Reading →

In The Wind – A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

I often think about it The power of the wind How it can change From a gentle breeze To damaging gusts So many unanswered questions Do they really call the wind Mariah? Should we ride like the wind? Who is the wind beneath our wings? Where does the dust in the wind come from? Why... Continue Reading →

Let Me Rock & Roll Again – A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

Take me back to when I was young When my playing drums had just begun Have a seat and enjoy my friends And let me rock and roll again Buddy Holly brought Peggy Sue And I will rock out Wipeout for you The Ventures are here, Richie Valens too So let us rock and roll... Continue Reading →

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