Speak With Caution Poem by J Sheba Anandhi

Speak With Caution

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Misunderstandings always happen,
Possessing silence as a defending weapon
One cannot retaliate to the situation,
So even if you are right, speak with caution.

Friday, January 1, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: right,silence
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Terry Craddock 01 January 2016

'Possessing silence as a defending weapon' traditional, sometimes wise, especially as you have said, if waiting for the moment, speaking with caution

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Terry Craddock 26 January 2016

Words Anger Hurled wisdom decrees we with caution speak words spoken cast lasting or lost impressions... words anger hurled cannot be winched back damage is done instant Copyright © Terence George Craddock Inspired by the poem 'Speak With Caution' by the poet J Sheba Anandhi Dedicated to the poet J Sheba Anandhi.

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Terry Craddock 26 January 2016

Speak With Caution Traditional Wisdom speak with caution traditional sometimes wise especially if waiting with baited breath to launch word attack retaliation words never spoken need never be taken back wise speak with caution traditional sometimes wise wait for the moment speaking with caution apologize even if in the right even if originally in the right smooth ruffled feathers calm troubled waters heal distempered egos defused blood feud never starts Copyright © Terence George Craddock Inspired by the poem 'Speak With Caution' by the poet J Sheba Anandhi Dedicated to the poet J Sheba Anandhi.

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Terry Craddock 26 January 2016

Baited Breath Verbal Attacks speak with caution traditional sometimes wise especially if waiting with baited breath to launch word attack retaliation Copyright © Terence George Craddock Inspired by the poem 'Speak With Caution' by the poet J Sheba Anandhi Dedicated to the poet J Sheba Anandhi.

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Terry Craddock 26 January 2016

Words Never Spoken words never spoken need never be taken back Copyright © Terence George Craddock Inspired by the poem 'Speak With Caution' by the poet J Sheba Anandhi Dedicated to the poet J Sheba Anandhi.

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Terry Craddock 27 January 2016

Love Immeasurable Immunity Forcefield Fails silence imposed a relationship weapon both offensive defensive silence deafened mute responses silenced heart mortally wounded oppressive silence is deafening stunned silence shock waves propagating fluid consequences aggressive anger vents viscous magma bursts resistant pressure temperature violated pyroclastic flows obliterates love cone cores regressive love memories residue incinerated hugs discontinuity entropy increases love piercings immunity forcefield fails catastrophically infinitesimal regions true love entwined hearts terminal trinity shadow explosions cupid arrow melt downs Copyright © Terence George Craddock Inspired by the poem 'Speak With Caution' by the poet J Sheba Anandhi. Dedicated to the poet J Sheba Anandhi.

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Terry Craddock 27 January 2016

Defensive silence deafened mute responses silenced heart mortally wounded Copyright © Terence George Craddock Inspired by the poem 'Speak With Caution' by the poet J Sheba Anandhi. Dedicated to the poet J Sheba Anandhi.

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Terry Craddock 27 January 2016

Oppressive silence is deafening stunned silence shock waves propagating fluid consequences Copyright © Terence George Craddock Inspired by the poem 'Speak With Caution' by the poet J Sheba Anandhi. Dedicated to the poet J Sheba Anandhi.

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Terry Craddock 27 January 2016

Aggressive anger vents viscous magma bursts resistant pressure temperature violated pyroclastic flows obliterates love cone cores Copyright © Terence George Craddock Inspired by the poem 'Speak With Caution' by the poet J Sheba Anandhi. Dedicated to the poet J Sheba Anandhi.

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Terry Craddock 27 January 2016

Regressive love memories residue incinerated hugs discontinuity entropy increases love piercings immunity forcefield fails Copyright © Terence George Craddock Inspired by the poem 'Speak With Caution' by the poet J Sheba Anandhi. Dedicated to the poet J Sheba Anandhi.

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