NADYA AWADH


The Heart Speaks Louder


A snake may hiss
A baby may cry
A hammer may sound
and even thunder pound.

All these, clearly will be heard
the hiss, cry, sound and pound
the ears will for all of these
be a judge with much ease.

But then from somewhere
deep, hidden and far from finding
is a fruit whose mere silence
has a voice loud and of less pretence
but greatest in influence.

Submitted: Monday, March 17, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 17, 2014

Topic(s): heart


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A thought just occurred and i realized how the heart mostly has its way through things. As much as it is silent and its presence is taken for granted, it still does play a major role in what we do.

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