*Old Piano*

A place
between past and sadness
now is his home for good
Abandoned and deaf
he dwells
in the forest of solitary thoughts

Memories of joy became
the unwished possesion
ahead of his doorstep

He feels no more than
the tenacious disobedience
of the oncoming sorrows
The only thing left
is to wait
Wait for the final crash

***

© Eclipse 2012

Photo taken outside the Yxtaholm Castle, Södermanland, Sweden/July 2012

Shared on The Daily Post at WordPress.com
Weeky Photo Challenge: Solitary

~ by Eclipse on September 22, 2012.

20 Responses to “*Old Piano*”

  1. arrgh sad as one thinks of the beautiful music once played and the people who sat to touch the keys…
    This has a double meaning for me this week as we were able to get a second hand upright piano for my Son who is introducing his near 2 yr old to its vibrant keys… Joy is the sound of music even if in untrained hands at this moment.. 🙂 xxx

  2. As there hasn’t been a new WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge so far this week, perhaps you’d like to join in the Weekly Travel Theme http://wheresmybackpack.com/2012/09/28/travel-theme-foliage/ xxx Ailsa

  3. Someone should have saved and restored that piano!

    • Excatly my thought, it was really sad to see it like that…even the sound came out from some of the keys.
      Many thanks for your visit and comments CZ!

  4. Your poetry is always a pleasure to read my great friend 🙂

    Androgoth XXx

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  6. the place between white and black…
    silence, I hear

    Beautiful one 🙂

  7. Very, very expressive … both the words and the image!
    Hvala,
    Daniela

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  9. Fantastic photo you have chosen – stunning … an abandoned and so full of stories to tell – just like to many of our elderly.

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  12. This is so moving. The photo is amazing. Did you take it? Wow!

    • Thank you William, yes I took the photo when I visited the castle I named above. The ten old pianos stand there outside the castle piled up on each other. Pretty sad to see…

  13. if instruments could tell their story! you are making the first step at least – sensible tribute… – heard the music too …

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  16. Still … Easy to to remember its times of glory … this piano witnessed so much … love and heartbreak, tender beginings of like, tears of any kind … the list goes on and on.

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