Brandon Nyandoro


Can You Hear The Sounds Of My Words?


I speak with no choice
But do you rejoice?
To hear the words
That are spoken with no sound to man.
But I ask from you can you hear the sounds of my words?
That are said to be rude
Surprise me and tell them,
That they are good.

Can you hear the sounds of my words?
That ought change
But what about another chance
To split away that imaginary
And speak alphabetically like a dictionary.


Can you hear the sounds of my words?
That flow in silence
And cause no violence.
The words that show no essence.
Not to leave compassion
And affection.


Can you hear the sounds of my words?
Full of devotions
Not to forget emotions
That teaches
What only a pastor can preach……………………..

Submitted: Saturday, March 02, 2013
Edited: Saturday, March 02, 2013
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