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Vidi Writes

Rookie (17-04-1969 / India)

A simple portrait of talk


Talk, we all talk, we have to talk
Talks are expressions of self
Talk, talks about life’s walk
Talk brings out inner belief.

Talk blooms sunrise to sunset
Talk, restless even at sleep
Talk can share one with all at best
Talk can break one from all into steep

Talk silk, cotton, ice, thorn, blood
Talk takes shapes from one’s heart
Talk can bring all into one, a breed
Talk can chase all from one, bankrupt

Talk, a noise can bring pollution
Talk, in silence to bring out the best
Talk never to prove a point of vision
Talk forever to fill love to its crest

Flock, block and then check your prologue
Sweep, creep and then leap your tongue
Peek, seek and then leak your talk
Mount, surmount and dismount your talk.

-vidi-
10/04/2009

Submitted: Tuesday, July 07, 2009
Edited: Monday, December 07, 2009

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