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  • I know you hear me talking; in fact you say “I yell“.
    Forgive me as I analyze the contemplation you tell so well.

    Is it safe to say that hesitation shows your character,
    as “It” has never lied to me and can I assume the silent gesture
    is a mere onslaught of ideas, a deep thought,a time per say,
    that allows the heart and the head to process our inner spirituality?

    Can the universal language connect our souls and communicate a
    mutual understanding; when we're at a loss for words? Can you teach me
    a lesson in Common Law Tort as the “Right to Silence” is the best word of sorts?
    As I hope for the best and hear the music in your unsaid words?

    Positive and negative, I can see your many ways.
    I need your higher frequency to amplify the intensity of my complacency;
    even if only to keep the “hush” in secrecy.

    Oh, these secrect games we play.
    I may need a code to decipher, if you get any quieter
    and perhaps a moment to comprehend your involvement.

    I do have to mention, you’ve captured my attention.
    Intriguing, you be, and the effect you have on me,
    engaging most of my senses and sometimes mixing my intentions.

    Deafening and cruel, loud and proud, aha, the many hats you wear.
    Will you share your thoughts with me to clarify any misunderstandings?
    Deliberate, disinterest or attitude perhaps?
    Don't leave me guessing, it creates such a mess and the nonsense really can be avoided.

    There I go again, polluting assumptions.
    Yet, I applaud you for your effort and infuriating gumption.

    No more charades, surrendering, I don't want to play!
    I guess you’ve said all you’ve had to say...
    Silence, just tell me- what you mean?
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