You’re playing piano in an empty coffee shop. I’m sipping on the perfect cup And consuming confectionery bliss With a sparkle of citrus But It’s difficult to chew when The muscles in my mouth Are fixed in the proudest grin. Beaming. You are my piano man. Those magnificent fingers I hold in my hand daily And forever in my head. Gliding back and forth, As they pound The keys In me. A moment to capture Because it feels like I'm in a photograph. Like deja vu From a dream I once had, But it is my reality. What I've pictured for myself Seems to be before me, Which isn't supposed to happen Because dreams are dreams And nobody dreams of reality Because they are dreaming of What they wish it was. I am blessed With these frequent Slices of heaven Reminiscent of my fantasies But real Moments. Since the first one, Last October. This time In the form of a pastry on my plate In the empty coffee shop With the old piano And you Showing off again And me Jotting this down With minimal effort Because the moment is poetry.