micheal john


Before We Write


We tend to see what others dont
we tend to hear what others dont
we tend to know what others dont
...........who are we?
We tend to think when others dont
we tend to reason when others dont
we tend to observe when others dont
............who are we?
We are awake when others are asleep
we are lonely even in the multitudes of companion
we whisper when others scream
we scream when others whisper
............who are we?
We cry when others laugh
we laugh when others cry
our madness, our folly is mystery to all
...........who are we?
Anything can teach us
little action we can define
gentle and soft in feelings
we value love
we value feelings
we value trust
............who are we?
We are deep thinkers!
We are writers!
We are poets
in the arms of philosophical gatherings! ! ! .

Submitted: Monday, July 08, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 08, 2013

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