Unspoken

Unspoken

A Poem by Hope

Within in a mile our hearts lay
Above concrete you can hear a simple heartbeat
Take every step, every breath, every word
Leave no regrets

Moving forward without a trace
Without a doubt, too delayed
We have our voices, we have our words
Can you hear from the sounds that ache?
Unspoken underground
Overheard and to be prisoned
Every step, every inch, every mile left to suffer
Who's to blame? So insane
Care to explain?

Because tonight, 
We will open up the doors, 

In our eyes, we will follow through the lights

In the night, our words will unite










© 2012 Hope


Author's Note

Hope
This poem is mainly based off of freedom of speech.
I had gotten inspiration from my politics class - which I did not sign up for.
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This is quite powerful writing. Very dark and gentle at begining . Your symbols and expressions actually don't hurting. But more discovering roots and sources of human pain and suffering. And there on the end , you left us with wonder and magic. Unity and light. This is great poem.

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Hope
Hope

Springfield, VT



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