The following #POPCreators entry was submitted by Lydia “Dada” D. Lopez, a retired ‘PAGCORian’, who loves writing poetry and playing the piano and is also a full-time mom and wife. Submissions under POP! Creator Community appears “as is,” without any editorial intervention.
Here’s the poem created by Lopez entitled “The Carousel”:
There’s rain on her parade
but she carries it well
Don’t you have a story to keep or tell?
She smiles to keep up the charade.
The pen is her friend
quiet but comforting
And there’s her piano
that’s loud and proud
But in their own ways
So she rides the carousel of life
with all its ups and downs
Wonder why the piano keys
are black and white?
White keys represent the musical tone
Black keys represent the sharps & flats
Just like those times
when life brings her
both smiles and frowns
She might as well enjoy the ride.
POP! Creator Community/Lydia Lopez
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