Updating Salvation: A Collection Of Song Titles (4 of 8)

Posted: March 26, 2014 in Poetry
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The Garden was turned to Fragments of Fragments15

But How Did It Come To This?16


We can’t even Count the Days17

Of The Things We Never Did18

They Go On and on19

And yet we talk about Love Love20


But what about the 4 Seasons of Loneliness we all must endure?21



15 The Who. “Fragments of Fragments.” Endless Wire. Polydor, 2006. CD.

15 Take That. “The Garden.” The Circus. Polydor, 2008. CD.

16 Take That. “How Did It Come To This.” The Circus. Polydor, 2008. CD.

17 The New Power Generation. “Count the Days.” Exodus. NPG, 1995. CD.

18 A1. “The Thing We Never Did.” The A List. Epic, 2000. CD.

19 Jack Johnson. “Go On.” Sleep Through the Static. Bushfire Records, Universal Records, 2008. CD.

20 Take That. “Love Love.” Progressed.Polydor, 2011. CD.

21 Boyz II Men. “4 Seasons of Loneliness.” Evolution. Motown, 1997. CD.

  1. Phen Weston says:

    Beautiful opening lines “We can’t even Count the Days / Of The Things We Never Did”. I’m really enjoying this collection.

  2. best one so far… super creative 🙂

  3. Miranda Stone says:

    Wow! Amazing job you did using that last line to sum up the meaning of the entire poem. I must admit that I keep waiting to see if you’ll use a song title by The Smiths. With songs like “Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now,” “Girlfriend in a Coma,” and even “Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others,” you could make a whole poem out of their song titles. (Can you tell I’m a fan? 😉 )

  4. tomascini says:

    Very thought-provoking and yet philosophically sensuous.

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