Violin Teacher – My First Valentine

Violin Teacher   My First Valentine short poem

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Before the silence, she was nowhere,
Beyond the walls I was unaware.
Breaking the silence,
She showed up with a violin.
Rhythm in walk,
Childish in talk.
Flowing hair,
And lagoons in eyes.
Her fingers compose,
Lashes dance.
I was falling after each stanza.
I was 16,
She was 22.
Dreams busted to a multiple of 2,
My violin teacher was my first Valentine.
Even today,
She is my best Valentine.

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