Poems by Poet on the Piano

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  • The lonely creeps in just past noon,
    blanketing the ground with a...

  • This morning, I could not properly bottle
    my thoughts. I had no place to sit down...

  • If I could let you know,
    again, how abnormal it is...

  • I want to tell you my name;
    it shouldn't be this hard...

  • We raise our voices only to howl,
    only to feel less alone in the gathering...

  • I think how my life will change
    if I let you in on this journey...

  • 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...

  • May I tag along as a ghost?
    I have no place to reside...