Sunday, June 13, 2010

Poem: Mr. Mojo Risin'

The following is in dedication to and for any of those familiar with The Doors a/o Jim Morrison.
This piece will be self explanatory to any Doors fan, but for those who are not that familiar, there’s the breakdown at the bottom after the poem.





Mr. Mojo Risin’

        He was a rider on the storm
Waxed poetic, yet misunderstood.
And though he loved her madly
Still, his life, she took.

Here was an unknown soldier
Touch
ed by an L.A.Woman.
While at a whiskey bar he whispered to her
Hello I love you… wanna be your backdoor man.”

You should have seen,
how she lit his fire.
With her stronger-than-dirt desire.
How she loved him two times and more.

But those were strange days indeed,
For soon, his own door would close.
And gaie Paris would see,
What was to be,
The End...

of Mr. Mojo Risin'                                        
                                                                                        

©2011 (ad infinitum)  

                                                                                               



Note all song titles are from The Doors music:
 
- "Mr. Mojo Risin'" is an anagram for the name Jim Morrison.

- "He was a rider on the storm", song title Riders on the Storm.

- "Waxed Poetic" refers to Jim as An American Poet a.k.a The Lizard King.

- "though he loved her madly", song title Love Her Madly.

- "He was an unknown soldier", song title The Unknown Soldier.

- "Touched by", song title “Touch Me.

- " an L.A. Woman",song title “L.A. Woman.”

- "at a whiskey bar he whisphered", song title Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar).

- "Hello I love you", song title Hello I Love you.

- " wanna be your backdoor man" refers to song title Backdoor Man.

- "how she lit his fire", song Light my Fire.

- " stronger than dirt" refers to a phrase Jim whispers at the very end of the song Touch Me.

- " she loved him two times", song title Love me two times.

- "strange days indeed", song title Strange Days.

- Paris (here pronounced “Pari”), where Jim spent his final days. He is buried at the Père Lachaise Cemetery. The largest and most famous cemetery in the city of Paris.

- "The end of", song title The End.



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