World Without Words..a poem
World Without Words
By Tony DeLorger © 2013
In the silence of a wordless world,
how would one contend so artfully,
tease and motivate such fevered reactions,
with a playing field of deeds, unexplained.
Would we consider alternatives, or judge rashly,
distrust the unexpected from motives unknown,
or perhaps rest easy on the laurels of past,
living in practice a faith in human potential.
Without words we would rely on expressions and touch,
caring by nature not by promise,
and in following the hearts of passion,
know the endings by deed, not the game of words.
In the silence of an emotive world,
actions would speak louder than words,
and there will be one less place to hide from who we are,
and one more reason to find common understanding.
Words can be a ruthless game of chess,
each move forward thought and influencing future,
aligning the periphery like soldiers poised for battle,
victory with a tight lipped grimace.
How well we underestimate the power of words,
without control, with vile intent and hurt-filled spite,
always the tactic of victorious egos,
when we should learn silence, and what more there can be.
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