Quotes by Poet on the Piano

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  • You are the only person I can write over thirty poems for, the muse no matter what time of night. After every conversation, I flee to my paper and pen because I don't know

    (what else to do with you).

    4 years ago
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  • There's just something so bittersweet about piano melodies and poetry that oozes sadness and lost memories.

    4 years ago
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  • Maybe talking to ourselves is not really trying to keep ourselves company, but trying to understand the silence, channel someone else's memory and presence from a distance.

    Maybe talking to ourselves isn't a sign of insanity, but of sanity.

    4 years ago
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  • To all who have played hide-and-go-seek with words we wish could bubble out of our mouths like fountains that can make us young forever.

    3 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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  • Never stop your heart from spreading its love even if you are lost in pain, you will be found in learning how to love another.

    6 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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