My Heart Beats Without Sound

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A box of dried roses was mailed to me, with a red satin ribbon around. I had to decline…

They had to be rooted in ground…

Through my door’s peephole I see, a sporadic visitor I found. I had to decline…

The door lock was sound…

On my desktop I receive, pigmented papers in sisal rope are bound. I had to decline…

The ink spilled over text so profound…

My soul tried to retrieve, all the scriptures and passages. From a distance I hound. It was all declined…

In time, It will all come around…

My mind wanted to believe… Reason in what I found. I had to decline…

The mind only listens to the hearts that pound…

A note spoke to me. A faint voice among a noisy crowd. I couldn’t decline…

For my heart beats without  sound…

2 thoughts on “My Heart Beats Without Sound

  1. My dear frail souls,

    A great poet once wrote:
    She is the sun, the sky is where she resides.
    So console the grieving heart ever so gently.
    You’ll never be able to ascend to her.
    Nor she’ll ever be able to descend to you.

    With a heavy heart, I offer my condolences.

    My dear brave souls,

    A wise woman once told me:
    No matter how good of a style you pose…
    No matter how brave of a move you chose…
    If she doesn’t leave her door slightly ajar, rest assure you won’t get very far…

    With a reflective heart, know where you stand, it’s ultimately in her hands.

    My dear young souls,

    With a humble heart, I leave you with these words…

    In a genuine heart…she may lay, for your heart must not come to play.
    For kindness… Is what she deserves, & in kindness is where you should immerse.
    In Honesty… The ground she should stand on & in all honesty, a home to build on.

    To understanding…She speaks feelings, a melodic language, don’t take her words as they appear, tune in your heart & let it hear.

    Lastly the soul… the timeless beauty one must look for, forever to be woven into her.

    Humbly yours,
    Khalid

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