The Piano Teacher - Poem by kite remedy
where have you been?
If only you could hear of my voice,
would you mind changing what have been your choice?
Look at me,
I've been dreaming ,
If only you see what I have been,
would you understand what is 'I'M LOSING YOU! ! ! ! ' mean?
With this old piano,
I will play a symphony or two
about a love unseen and unheard so.
If you happen to hear, Evangeline, the melody you've taught me,
you wouldn't mind to, at least, remember me, would you?
I was just a man,
I might have been a fool too.
I know I've missed my chance,
To show my heart to you,
to prove my heart is pure and true
as a melody resounding in your ears,
telling you, somewhere, there's a man who endear
Didn't you know?
If it was love you've been looking for,
you didn't have to walk through my door.
If only you knew I had what you've been looking for,
would you mind stopping from wandering even further,
Love was closer, even than any.
Love was way closer than the air you breathe.
Even much closer than the word 'near',
or when you play this piano, My Dear, it's even closer than the melody.
Yet still, in front of our eyes,
it was always hard to see..
Here, My Dear.
For always, I'm here.
Thousands miles beyond,
yet I could see you so clear.
Closer than the symphony I sleep among,
I could feel you near.
Your lover has always been here to wait, Evangeline
to show you what does love mean.
So, would you answer his question
and turn back to your past for a moment?
Evangeline, oh Evangeline.
where have you been?
If only you could hear your melody,
You'd know where you would and should be..
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