Piano Sonata

By a lovely lady named Lana.

L.T. Garvin

Adrift in the hallways

Piano Sonata in B

wafts along

sterile corridors

arranges itself

into the crevices of hearts

then across the park

drifting through the small spaces

of tree branches

through the scattered consciousness

of dog lovers at play

Songs float on air

tugging the earlobes

of the 7th street office workers

as they mourn another day dying

The pianist ends

her elegant hands

silently slide shut the keyboard cover

and she too

floats down the hall

reflecting momentarily

upon music played

notes skipped

the arrangement of the melody

interlaced with life

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