Come | A Poem

Come join me, there’s nothing a warm cup of tea cannot heal. Come, let us play the broken piano with a few misplaced keys, it’s music still beautiful. Come, come away with me, as I take you through time, the time machine conjured in words. Come, do not hide. Come, maybe for the first and…

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Battles Inside, Battles Outside | Poetry

There’s a battle, an unknown untold one. One that is filled without the vision of what meets the eye. One that is considered unlikely for the knight to fight. One that dishonors souls, because the knight should have won. And this is a tiny battle, they tell her. But battles are all the same, battles…

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Keys | Piano & Poetry

I have been wanting to mix poetry and piano for a while now. I love them both, and so I headed out to try by playing my tiny little keyboard and recording the sound using my headphones and a cool software called Garageband. You can watch the video up there, or even read the poem…

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My Old Shabby Shoes | Poetry

Sometimes when I visit the supermarket, I see the big mirrors reflect my old shabby shoes, perfectly covered in a layer of dust. I step into the elevator, I see the reflection of my shoes on its translucent glass side-by-side. It moves higher, and higher and higher, it gets clearer, and clearer and clearer, that…

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