Poems by Poet on the Piano

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  • Kneeling on a brown stool, slouching slightly,
    Apple red curls bouncing off her blue dress...

  • As I rest my head down wearily,
    And my eyelids begin to close...

  • Tender pink petals,
    Swaying at the slightest breeze...

  • Jesus knew what He had to do,
    To open the gates of Heaven...

  • They fly around this sinning Earth,
    Telling of Christ the newborn King...

  • A time of anxiously preparing,
    Awaiting the birth of Jesus...

  • Christmas.
    Joyful singing...

  • NOTICE: For a greater setting, listen to Carter...
    In front of him lies a grand piano, in perfect...

  • I ran toward the ship's edge, out of breath...
    Just wanting to escape this terror, this nightmare...

  • Shy Shelly shockingly shakes salt shakers, shaming...
    Libby likes leisurely licking lemon limes lightly...

  • A mix of various bright colors joined...
    Enchanting my eyes as I stare in such...

  • Illuminated light seeping through the corners,
    The untold truth will be revealed in one step...