Quotes by Poet on the Piano

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  • Those dreams hijacked your peaceful state of mind, slamming you at 850 rounds per minute, an assault riffle crafted with your name emblazoned on its body.

    But those dreams meant nothing, they only meant you were unfit to attempt reality.

    4 years ago
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  • Last night, my mama said to me, "you're not a quitter, you've never been. You're stronger than you know. You can't go through the rest of your life

    alone."

    4 years ago
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  • Silence doesn't define you, your actions do. And when I asked if you could sit by my side in a darkly lit church on a chilly November night, you came. You had no words but tears. You were open for me when I needed to be safe and

    let things go.

    4 years ago
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  • I will not allow myself to sleep on foreign grounds.

    5 years ago
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  • As trivial as it may sound to you, can I just rejoice in the reality that today is not yesterday?

    5 years ago
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  • Close your eyes, rest your wrists. You've exerted too much energy on me. My throat is still awash with these emotions. Please, tuck me away. I will be loyal to you another day. But now? Now, I must recover.

    [And so the piano sleeps...]

    5 years ago
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  • It is ludicrous to believe I am what you said you would rather have me be. I've never done those acts, I wouldn't exchange my morals for that.

    But, I still believe I will end up becoming an invaluable.

    [All in my mind...]

    5 years ago
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  • Coffee with cream and early morning poetry really wake the sleeper inside.

    5 years ago
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  • There is no
    magic
    lurking in your speech-
    but I'm devouring all
    possibilities;
    there is no
    explanation
    for how your words
    affect me,
    trap me,
    coyly

    use me.

    (And I, don't always
    want to find you
    out).

    5 years ago
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  • Should I challenge myself, to be braver? Or do I fade away between weeks of summer transitioning to fall?

    5 years ago
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