Taylor Swift Poem



Back to December
that Enchanted night
When You became Mine
And we could see Sparks Fly
It was The Best Day of my life

Pretty soon New Year’s Day came
By now Everything has Changed
You were the King of my Heart
We became Fearless
We were Lovers
We even had Our Song
We were in Wonderland
And you were in my Wildest Dreams
And that’s when I knew you were The 1.

Soon we went down Highway Don't Care
it was time to say Bye Bye Baby
That's When you knew It's Time to go
You gave me your Closure
and left a Delicate Blank Space in my heart

Then we had Bad Blood
it was The Great War between me and you
and i somehow became the Anti-Hero
But Don’t Blame me i’m Innocent
we all know You Need to Calm Down
because you put me through a Hoax
You then became a Picture to Burn
i hopped in my Getaway Car
And That’s When I Forgot that you Existed

Long Story Short
we learned to Shake it Off
the war became Peace
We were back to Forever and Always
With You all over me
and me all over you
We Were Happy

Sadly it had to come to an end
I’m no longer Babe
your no longer baby
I still remember our Last Kiss
I’ll remember it for Evermore
along with all our other memories
since The very First Night
and with Teardrops on my Guitar
i miss the Happiness we had
just Come Back… Be Here
I Wish you Would and could

So that's The Story of us
I remember it All too Well
This Love was a Love Story
now i’m waiting for it to all Begin Again
But until then here we are at Sweet Nothing
i guess It's Nice to Have a Friend

About this poem

I wrote this poem when Taylor became big the past few months!! The poem contains 50 different song titles by Taylor Swift. I based it off a time I went through in my life.

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Written on May 10, 2023

Submitted by charliw009 on September 01, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Scheme ABXXX XXCDXXXXE XEFAC GHFXXXXIG XXXJEHE KXEXXJBIXXX DXEXXK
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 1,521
Words 321
Stanzas 7
Stanza Lengths 5, 9, 5, 9, 7, 11, 6

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