Poet on the Piano

About Poet on the Piano

The secrets won't bind us in heatwaves anymore, the anticipation of autumn a delicate memory out of bloom, now finding its way through our veins.

Profile of Poet on the Piano

  • Age : 26
  • Gender : Unspecified
  • Country : USA
  • Joined : Oct 7, 2007
  • Last Visit : 1 day ago
  • Poems : 1937
  • Comments : 4099
  • Quotes : 146
  • Posts : 7373
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Latest Poems By Poet on the Piano

  • I'd forgotten what it's like to tumble
    unceremoniously to the ground, arms tied...

  • It's a rainy, dreary day
    and I know you don't want to...

  • Exile. 3

    We eat pumpkin pie for breakfast,
    whipped cream in spoonfuls...

  • The autumn sun touched the
    nape of my neck, today...

  • There’s an unnamed force pulling me
    to indulge in a train ride through the Rocky...

Latest Quotes By Poet on the Piano

  • Ink is my testimony; I pour it out and watch it bubble then boil until it burns my fingertips.

    1 year ago
    7 0
  • "Ready for warfare?", my mind antagonizes.

    "I wasn't created for battlefields", my heart insists.

    5 years ago
    17 0
  • My heart is sick with grenades.

    5 years ago
    7 0

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