Language speaks in cursive,
Words create its rhythm.
Like the swift pace of a pencils trace as it twists and turns leading following eyes,
blazing a trail entranced by lead’s elegance. As does the slip of a tongue to a lip as to hypnotize the ear.
Eagerly listening for those lyrical notes to wake the silent air.
Desperately clinging to a voice, but through language all is fair.  
It’s us, our movements, and everything we do, and I’d surmise we know nothing of its true magnitude.
Consistently changing, yet compendious in the end.
I’ve learned you, earned you, on your value I depend.
For even in the absence of mouth, eyes, and ears, in the deepest depths of my mind I will still find you there.

Language aloud, a poetic affair.

12 Replies to “Cursive Language”

  1. Great stuff. My favourite lines . . .

    ‘Eagerly listening for those lyrical notes to wake the silent air.
    Desperately clinging to a voice, but through language all is fair. ‘

    ‘Consistently changing, yet compendious in the end.
    I’ve learned you, earned you, on your value I depend.’

    I often ask bloggers to tell me their favourite lines from poems found upon the Cloud, it’s proven to be an excellent way learning tool, so I try to pass it on as well. Plus, you know people have really read the poem, not glanced, ‘liked’ and chucked an ‘Awesome!’ at the bottom.

    – Esme having none of that nonsense upon the Cloud

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    1. Thank you Esme☁️!! I absolutely agree and I do the same thing! And to be honest, that’s is what I love about blogging and that’s what sets it apart from other social media platforms.. connecting with others through writing. This is one of my favorites (of my own writing, hope I’m not boasting!haha) and I’m glad you enjoyed it too!!

      -shaking my finger at those “awesome throwers” with Esme upon her Cloud.😆

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