Anthology Of Poems Essay

780 words - 4 pages

Anthology of Poems
By: Brady M. Widener
Table of Contents
Title Page…………………………………………………………………...Page: 1
Table of Contents…………………………………………………………..Page:2
Introduction………………………………………………………...............Page: 3
A Poem about a Poem………………………………………………….…..Page: 4
I am a Thespian…………………………………………………………….Page: 5
You are as Beautiful as a Broadway Show……………………………......Page:6
Ode t the Piano………………………………………..……………………Page: 7
Being on the Table………………………………………………………….Page: 8
Cut Me Open……………………………………………………….………Page: 9
Reflection…………………………………………………………………..Page 10

Introduction
Brady Widener was born on September 23rd 1997 in Baltimore Maryland to two parents Jen and William (Bill) Widener. ...view middle of the document...

Widener

Shall I compare you to a Broadway show
Your graceful dancing fills me with such joy
When we say good bye I never want to go
Your lips are as soft as buttery food

When you sing the whole universe slows down
And our love will never ever decay
And our loves will never ever fade away

The shining lights on the stage make you glow
And your skin is as white as winter snow
And your amazing smile fills me with much joy

And I have always wished that I would be your boy
And I will always love you because I am your boy
Ode to the Piano
By: Brady Widener

Dad brought me home one day
He took me to the basement
And there it was…..

The shining ebony piano

The sound was so magnificent
You could play a sweet balled
And the world would stop
You could speed up and the world would start again

You could play a loud march
And suddenly the whole British army was in front of you
It was like a black stallion racing through the great expanse

It was so...

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