Speak

Speak

A Poem by knighngale
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Speak
In silence; in emptiness
you speak
I hardly understand you,
Understatement
I find you provoking; swallow my pride (Bride)
In silence, in emptiness I speak
Hardly fret (find) the time
to speak,



+------Miki(e)angelo

© 2022 knighngale


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There you go..very direct and you can hear the walls falling all around you. Only one commitment and once you free your ego, will, and release all but that silence that lets whatever write have its say and this is when you hear the poetry come a-knocking. Well presented and like the machinegun Staccato as if making some wall understand your currency of point, It is very much a significant part of this entirety. Well done and thank you for the sharing~

Posted 7 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.




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This is just amazing, love the imagery I got with this.
Awesome write. I like your talent

Posted 2 Months Ago


Well, we must better articulate in eloquence and listen in sincerity eh? I just got a summons for jury duty next month so I may be doing a trial of hearing before long. I'm in my sixties and never served on jury duty before. It may be interesting if I'm chosen. We'll see.

Posted 4 Months Ago


This is wonderful, such powerful words. enjoyed

Posted 4 Months Ago


This poem just feels right and is just written with such brilliance, I feel. It hits hard and differently, with such a direct take on silence. Silence can be good, it can be bad. ‘I find you provoking; swallow my pride’ I love this line. It adds so much more emotion and almost weariness and fear to this piece. I also love the line ‘I hardly understand you’. Silence is deafening sometimes, and the way you played on that made this poem such a level deeper. Thank you for sharing.

Posted 7 Months Ago


Short and hard hitting. Silence is a type of speaking as well, pauses and sighs, glaring of eyes. It is quiet deafening and blinding as well. But I'm taking that to another tangent. Much enjoyed. Thanks for sharing.

Posted 7 Months Ago


I am happy to see that You are writing something else rather than horror. though this is short but I see power through it, I feel like You are trying to get your power back in any possible way even of through silence. well sometimes it is all what we have my friend.

Posted 7 Months Ago


This is written with a poetic pen! Silence can be loud, but sometimes it's best to stay that way1

Posted 7 Months Ago


what you say is like sign language and I am one who cannot read that...

silence is often louder than words.
take time, speak what matters, and what is truth, or stay silent.

I really like this piece,
j.

Posted 7 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

knighngale

7 Months Ago

Hellos, Cilberto, you catched on the spot. Thank you so much, :D greetings 😁😊😋😎🤗
I feel this is about knowing the true power of your own voice. The person speaks but may not be understood but they still use their voice. I could be wrong. I like the shortness of this poem how it conveys alot in so few words!

Posted 7 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

knighngale

7 Months Ago

thank you Aura, breve only shows weep, when in quarrel; it hurts me so much, that I say none, :D
Aura

7 Months Ago

You are welcome
There you go..very direct and you can hear the walls falling all around you. Only one commitment and once you free your ego, will, and release all but that silence that lets whatever write have its say and this is when you hear the poetry come a-knocking. Well presented and like the machinegun Staccato as if making some wall understand your currency of point, It is very much a significant part of this entirety. Well done and thank you for the sharing~

Posted 7 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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