Home   Home

Air Band Stomp

by Chris Sorrenti


Jumping up and down in front of the stereo;
headphones blasting in his ears.
Neighbour below wonders
how that elephant got past the landlord.
No, nothin’ wrong staying up
‘til three in the morning
doin' the air band stomp.

Sure is hard to break that habit,
when the tunes number in the thousands.
Dancing by yourself and playing an air guitar;
now that's the life for some!
A joint and a beer to help bring out the effect
of rockin’ to the air band stomp.

An imaginary audience roars their approval;
the lead guitarist gets all the praise.
Yeah - keep at it there Mister,
someday you'll go far...

at least until someone walks into the room!

 photo FreeAirGuitars_zps2ddfee1b.jpg

© 1986
Revised © 2014
Photo courtesy of the Net

550 hits as of November 2019

08/27/2014

Author's Note: Good exercise actually. Used to play air drums too.

Posted on 08/28/2014
Copyright © 2019 Chris Sorrenti

Member Comments on this Poem
Posted by Alison McKenzie on 08/28/14 at 07:36 AM

Hahahaaaa!!! I love it!!!

Posted by Quentin S Clingerman on 09/01/14 at 03:33 PM

LOL! So right! "Until someone walks into the room".

Posted by Coleman Demiurge on 10/29/14 at 02:36 PM

"Dancing by yourself and playing an air guitar; now that's the life for some!" Good times, says me! Okay, so I never was big on dancing, or playing the air guitar, but those alone times with music are days I do miss... about the only thing I miss from my youth actually. My joy of music kind of died with Grunge. Hah, leave it to me to be depressed by an uplifting poem... I'm going to blame that on your talent. ;) A most excellent work!

Posted by Laura Doom on 11/02/14 at 12:20 PM

In public, you should try the one-man airband synchro-stomp; someone will bail you out eventually...

Posted by Ken Harnisch on 11/03/14 at 09:50 PM

You should try air doo-wop, Chris...trying to be all four voices on the same song all at once...that was my forte, LOL. And BTW, this poem is delicious!

Return to the Previous Page
 

pathetic.org Version 7.3.2 May 2004 Terms and Conditions of Use 0 member(s) and 2 visitor(s) online
All works Copyright © 2019 their respective authors. Page Generated In 0 Second(s)