So the basic idea was for Michelle (Prestine-girl) and I to write a poem about each other, in each others' styles, as though we were the other person. Love poems are one of the greatest way of expressing your emotions and feelings towards someone or something. With these love poems for him, you can now tell your man how much you love and cherish him. It was all vague when I first saw you, For it was a dream that I was caught up into; We laughed a bit and we sure had fun, I woke up and you were gone.
Then we met again in another dream, It can never be as strange as it may seem, I saw your face and we danced under the sun, I woke up and again you were gone. I took a peek at your face each day, But you never asked for my name in any way; We never said hello but you waved goodbye, It was the first and last time I saw your lips draw a smile. And all my cynical doubts faded in the scene, When our eyes met, I felt something within; I could be wrong but then I felt so right, It was the same face I saw in my dreams for two nights. Then I came to believe that dreams do come true, I was destined for sure to meet you; But it was pointless for that to linger in my mind, For in dreams and in reality, you have never been mine.
I used to call you my knight in shining armor, For you have rescued my weeping heart in bitter fervor; My hero in the darkest hours of my loneliness, And broke the shackles of my melancholic distress.
Pete Townshend!High Numbers at the RailwayPete as a teen, fresh from playing with Roger Daltrey's band the High Numbers (later becoming the Who), which had also included school friend John Entwistle.
Let me start out with a little background info for you: Prizoner was formed in my hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio back in 1980. So while Michelle attempts to write five stanzas of inane babble that sound really smart, here is my attempt to speak in Michelle's voice!
I forced myself to NOT write a love poem this time, seeing as that seems to be the only subject I can write about these days! I seem to feel better after posting these things, especially after I get encouraging comments back from readers.
Writing poems is addicting; once you write one, you wanna write ten more just to get everything out! Just when you think you're on top of the world and everything's perfect, something brings you crashing back down to reality.
Featuring the concept of love, these poems can be romantic, sad, inspirational or heartfelt. This collection of love poems for him contains words that will surely make his heart long for you more. I went full-time at work, got a new girlfriend and got caught up in things like books and movies. This poem is more open-ended, as it's mostly about my outlook on my life as it is right now. This particular poem isn't specifically written to one person, though I do have an idea of who'd I'd like it to be for.
Anyway, here's another attempt to convey emotion (or whatever it is that poems are meant to do). And just when everything seems lost and hopeless, you find a light in the dark that gives you strength and pulls you back up. Depending on your mood or emotion, you should be able to create your own love poems for your boyfriend, husband, or fiance’.
You can choose any of these poems about love to write on a birthday card, love card, anniversary card or wedding card. Still firmly planted in the blues, Pete had yet to get into the psychedelic minglings he would produce throughout most of the decade. By the time Prizoner finally started getting some attention from the major labels, the 80s metal scene was beginning to fade out.
ABOUT FEELINGS AND STUPID STUFF LIKE THAT!??!) to try and explain how I've felt for the past month and a half.
Now, those might seem like dramatic statements for the journal I'm about to write, but I feel they're appropriate. All you need is a bit of inspiration and let your creativity juice flows… But not all can make their own poem about love. Sharing these love poems for boyfriend, husband and special someone via email, sms, facebook, etc is welcome! And when Prizoner finally released their debut album Young & Rejected, the Seattle grunge movement had already taken over. So to begin this entry, let me give a little back story on the parties involved:My girlfriend and I have been together since October of 2005 (about two and a half years now). Having just made their first successful appearance in America at the aforementioned festival, Pete and the Who had much to be confident about. I met Andrea (whom I've always referred to as 'Andi') online through our blogs, so this has been a long-distance thing for the vast majority of the time (we've met in person twenty times or so). And though they were dead throughout the mid-90s, they reformed about ten years ago and have been rocking Cincinnati ever since.Take my word when I say these guys are the real deal.

Like all teenagers who are madly in love, we were sure we would spend the rest of our lives together, no questions asked.
They're not some white-collar burnouts who didn't have what it takes to make it in rock and roll. And yes, that is me in the pictures.Before I get to the poems, I have to thank Michelle (who some of you may know as Prestine-girl) for indirectly giving me the inspiration for this idea. But our relationship has been thrown a fierce curveball; Andi is graduating high school in a week, and she wants us to take a break this summer and see other people. I borrowed her idea of putting the words and pictures together, which I find to have very strong imagery.
And even though she wants us to cut back for awhile, she strongly maintains that we will be together after this summer. Yesterday I'd just turned sixteen and went down to Guitar Center and bought a used Fender Squire for ninety bucks.
And they're definitely NOT a bunch of 80s has-beens looking to scratch some money off fame they never had. Write fewer journal entries (this is my first in a month and a half!)Surely these are things that would rather not have happen. Bought it right off the little stand and was overjoyed when the guy behind the counter gave me a handful of free plastic picks.
It wasn't a conscious change in my habits; these are just things I've noticed happening over the past few months. Now I'm turning twenty, and I can't help but feel that my teen years went rather unfulfilled. Metallica and I have been partners in crime since February of 2005 (just over three years). Here, Pete sports the famous boiler suit, his anti-statement to the passing fashions of other musicians, whilst abusing that SG. These guys sound so tight live, so practiced and polished that you think you're watching some megastar band playing a one-off gig at a local club. Though it's not as good as their debut album Rise (especially the two-disc edition), The Answer managed to avoid that sophomore slump album that plagues a lot of new bands.
But these local clubs and bars are the best Prizoner can get nowadays, and it's really quite a shame; these guys would have been huge had they hit the national scene about six or seven years earlier. I've never once used it, I never plan to use it and for some reason, doesn't have an option to not have it!
These are two relationships that I've held close to my heart for the past three years, and as it stood just a few days ago, they were both at a standstill.
As it stands, their biggest gigs have been opening for the likes of Quiet Riot, Anthrax, The Ramones and Ratt.Prizoner has had as many lineup changes as Spinal Tap, though they have a few core guys who have always kept the band going. They've already BLANKED sixty percent of the page, now they're slapping a media player that takes forever to load at the top of your page, and there's not a single thing you can do about it!I also can't stand the positioning of the avatar.
And I was scared to death that I'd never get either of them back to the way they used to be. The avatar should always be in the upper left corner, like a postage stamp or something; it anchors the entire page.
Now, obviously if I had to pick one, I would undoubtedly pick Andi's love over Metallica's music. I don't know which was worse, the tight hair pull or the twenty-six other people on stage at all times, making noise.Appropriately WarpedAs they say, the nose knows best. And what better nose to know than Uncle Pete's?The Geezer Can RockCarrying on the Who's legacy with pal Roger, Pete seems very happy these days. The dude's voice is simply amazing, with that high Percy-esque range and the Rod Steward-like whiskey rasp to it.
The lead guitarist and bassist remain the same in each lineup; only the drummer and singer change. I liked the old style where, if you were on a listening spree with a certain artist, you could clearly see it on your recent tracks.
But the similarities between them at this point in my life can not be ignored.With me and Andi, she is the one who needed the break.
He revels in both the silliness and honesty of the Who's heyday, and knows what the fans want when they come to see WHO 2. With a full-theater production of Quadrophenia debuting this summer, a Daltrey solo tour in full swing, an acoustic double-album from Pete and partner Rachel Fuller called In the Attic With Pete Townshend and Friends and confirmation from Pete himself that there will be a new Who album within the next two years, there are still plenty of reasons for fans to join together.
The only thing I can think of is that all the guys in the band get along very well and there are no big egos involved.Tim Keyes is the wiry lead guitarist who started the band, and man is this guy smooth. Now, the song title is somehow more important than the artist, and the elapsed time since you listened to the song is seven miles to the right. Slim, shaded and smirking, Old Man Towser proves he's still got what it takes to drive the Magic Bus.
I have come full circle with Metallica on this, as I am now listening to them again and enjoying their music like I did two years ago.

He makes it look so easy, like it's no big deal to shred ear-bleeding solos during every song. His playing style is largely influenced by guys like Angus Young and Joe Perry, as he primarily plays with three fingers and loves power chord riffs. I haven't eaten a full meal all week, I haven't slept more than four solid hours and I haven't been responsive to people trying to talk to me.
Tim is probably the closest thing Cincinnati has to a guitar hero.Greg Anderson took over the lead vocals in 1984 and handles the singing on both of Prizoner's official albums.
Now, I knew this was how the first few days were going to be, so I've been able to pull myself through it without doing something drastic (like calling it quits).But as I've been adjusting to this scaled-back relationship, I've been looking for something to lean on. Andi used to be my rock; she was the one person I could always count on to be there for me.
It's very easy to tell he still loves what he's doing, even if it's playing to a crowd of fifty people outside a Harley-Davidson store.
The only difference is that one has unnecessary artist pictures while the other has a sideways bar graph.
And not that she still wouldn't help me out in a heartbeat, but seeing as this whole thing involves her, I can't really call upon her as an outside party to confide in. So I've been searching for something or someone familiar, something or someone that I know I can trust, that can take me back and remind me of the better times. His voice is a little bit more rough and worn than Greg's, more suited for the Aerosmith stuff. Scott McCroby is the bass player who's been there since the beginning (alongside Tim) and he plays in both lineups of the band. As you can see here, my 12-year-old internet stalker can now keep running tabs of EVERYTHING I do on
Even though I haven't paid them much attention in the last year, when I really needed something to latch on to for support, Metallica was right there for me.
And as I sit here now listening to Metallica's entire catalogue, I'm recalling all of my life memories that I have connected to their music. All three shows have been free admission (one show required a donation to a charity to get in, but that doesn't count!) and have been held outdoors. I've seen them twice outside a Harley-Davidson motorcycle shop during the day (they attract a lot of biker gangs!) and the other time I saw them was at night on the dock of a yacht club.
And here is what drives me absolutely nuts about the new layout: the shoutbox is all the way down at the bottom of the page! The second-most active part of the profile (after the Recent Tracks) is shoved all the way down at the bottom of the page! All of the static information that hardly ever changes gets a prime spot at the top of the page, but the part where there is actual human-to-human contact on a daily basis is buried way down below. Likewise, I trust that Andi knows she has a sure thing in me; I have never cheated on her, I have never abused her in any way and I have only ever been fully loyal and committed to loving her.
I loved how it was before, where the shoutbox was easily accessible and didn't take up too much of the page. That's not to say she owes it to me to come back, but I honestly believe we belong together and I hope she reaches the same conclusion. Now it just looks like a elongated bulletin board.And this is probably just my own personal preference, but I liked having the Journals higher up on the page as well.
I used to always post new journals at least once a week, so I liked people to be able to see my new journals fairly easily. If you're looking for a new band to get into that has been around for a while and has some good original songs, give Prizoner a try! For anybody who remembers (see: 'nobody'), I spent most of last summer in a state of depression after my first girlfriend refused to see me but also refused to let me go.
Amber and I went to the Metallica concert back in November (she pulled us right up to the rail; thanks to her, I was mere feet away from Metallica!!) We flirted with the idea of dating for about three months before she finally just grabbed me and kissed me (literally!) We've been dating for five months now and all is well. For anybody who remembers (see: 'not a single soul'), I have finished my first draft of my novel Tran Zam.
In case you don't know, Tran Zam is about a group of guys who work at a fast food restaurant and decide to start a rock and roll band one summer.
It's partly a diatribe on the fast food industry, but it's largely about disaffected youth finding salvation in good ol' rock and roll.The guys in Tran Zam basically spend the entire summer before their first term at college traveling around, playing as many shows as possible between shifts at the fast food joint.
There is no grand plot or anything, more or less just a documentation of a young traveling band, teenage love and the grind of working in fast food.
Of course there are allusions to rock bands all over the place (I'm a rock and roll fanatic!) as well as some pretty intense, epic arguments (see: 'Peart vs.

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