Theresa Ann Moore
Interpretation - Poem by Theresa Ann Moore
Written words have importance.
The flow can sooth and entrance.
It can ridicule and cruelly pierce.
The tongue can be blazing fierce.
Each writer may have a different goal.
Expressing joy or pain from the soul.
Intentions pour from a transfusing pen
Describing what, why, where, and when.
The reasoning behind the printed line
Leads from the obscure to acutely fine.
Often the analysis is not in plain sight.
The mind of a reader provides the light.
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