Ode to Bowie

May 13, 2009
By G F BRONZE, Minneapolis, Minnesota
G F BRONZE, Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Oh David Bowie hair so red as flame
A star is painted ‘cross your famous face
With glossy lips my idol you became
All the glitter, costumes don’t debase
The spectacle is not what takes away
For only those who scoff will never know
The joy, the stage of your divine display
For masks are rarely masks it seems, and lo!
The music of your making so enchants
The albums that you penned so artfully
I lose my head, ideas they came to plant
Ideas I realized somewhat painfully

That while a star so far away from me

A hero to me you will always be!

The author's comments:
Who doesn't love David Bowie...

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on Oct. 13 2010 at 2:04 pm
iAmTheStardust PLATINUM, Moon Twp., Pennsylvania
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Favorite Quote:
"The prettiest flowers grow in the biggest pile of manure."

i LOVE David Bowie!!! in fact, love is quite an understatement... but besides the point, i am very impressed with your poem, and i'm sure David appreciates you recognizing him in your work! BOWIE FANS UNITE! haha




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