Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)

Rookie - 159 Points (Iran, Islamic republic of)

Play the Piano

In the Garden of world, and the party of humans,
The Sublime sent his angels to the party of the women and men

They gathered in a big great chamber
Where the God has designed it's everywhere

Like the Eden hall but with no lord
But it was full of the ordinary words...

And in the middle of that fake happiness a person arise who looked so interesting and wise?

He said: ***il piano e fallito, ***
'But that's OK, please play the piano

Sometimes we think that the world is the place of the banished creatures
But think if we weren't here, who would use this beautiful virgin nature?

That man continued: if we weren't here, who would invent the guns?
Who would kill us instead? Would it be OK and done?

But we all believe in love,
We believe in the messengers of peace, the pigeons and doves

Even if the people who live at ***Del piano do sopra, ***
Even if they take our rights and kill the justice, play the piano

Yes, play the piano and feel the pain of your hands,
While your drops of tears make a watery land

let the pianist plays his song
the story of us is too long

the pianist knows what is going on…the pianists know
because they all do the actions, I like to say how…..

Who is the pianist of our world? Who is behind all these scenes?
Who is trying to kill the trustworthy and then win?

While the God is seeing us and he expects us to look
While he wants us to think about the decisions that have been took….

Submitted: Sunday, September 22, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 23, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

sometimes we should think deeply...really...
the italian marked lines mean: (in order)

1_ there is no hope for success

2_ at the higher level

Comments about this poem (Play the Piano by Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A) )

  • Gold Star - 13,747 Points Roseann Shawiak (10/12/2013 11:37:00 AM)

    Playing the piano from your soul, composing heavenly classical compositions is a joy I embrace. It balances out the philosopher in me - always thinking. Thoughts of good and evil abound, the trick is to not dwell on the evil, that gives it power. Great write. Thank you for sharing. RoseAnn (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 23 Points Marco Angelo (10/7/2013 12:33:00 PM)

    i know that playing piano is a nice redemption....but it depends how it is played...by whom and how...for what kind of reasons....nice meaning Ellias. nice meaning....! :) (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 4 Points Nader Baheri (10/7/2013 11:37:00 AM)

    marvelous dear Ellias as like as ever.
    sth came up to my mind while reading it.that is, the musicians enjoy their lives because they dont think about it but the philosophers always suffer because they always think~nb (Report) Reply

  • Freshman - 1,688 Points S.zaynub Kamoonpuri (9/30/2013 2:04:00 PM)

    I luv all doves d as birds n as birds of peace n u hav employd them soo nicely here. A poem dat gives much muse on d state of man.
    Do pas by my latest on d jealous. (Report) Reply

  • Veteran Poet - 4,069 Points Hazel Durham (9/24/2013 10:01:00 AM)

    Beautiful in-depth look at ourselves and the evil people who destroy the good people of this world!
    With evocative and brilliant lines! (Report) Reply

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