Such a speech of figure

I write, write, and write
My mind said, please don’t stop
Write, write, and write
Don’t waste your words, just write them
Oh, it’s utter interesting
A thousand thoughts that swim other thousand thoughts
I am minding that you are not out of the words
How I like you to try to the perfect English
But you are Deaf
Your English is not your first language
Well, I was minding that you used the Old English
How I liked you to challenge a king of imagination
But well, I will be sure to keep you running of the words
Like a king of wisdom, and his queen of kindness
How is it, you, Deaf who believes in the Miracle?
Goodwill, goodwill, and let me speak more of it
Speak like a wise king, and think like a kind queen
Interesting, is it, isn’t it
Oh, you think I am playing with the words
Should I use Old English as you did before
Should I, should not I?
Well, let me, thou doth think
Anyway, good heart, ye knew
I doth need thy answer if thou know thy good heart
As could a king love his kingdom, or could queen
Around all such a speech of figure
Oh, goodness, such gracious
Not bad for thee to love someone important to thee
But what I am minding for, an answer that glows a diamond
All sort of an ancient food
Oh, ye think, thou understand, yet thee think so?
Such work if food is secret, such key if a secret is a food
How to waste ye think I am to thee
Sometimes you like me, and sometimes you don’t like me
That what a human is?
Ask a king, he might answer, or ask his queen, she might know
Think of the noble knew everything but if
What if the quiet also knew everything and they carry on?
Comfort zone, don’t you think so, do you?
I know how ye look inside me, your mind
What is going on in my mind?
Oh, happen in your brain
Words update, construct and sentence

© Ismael Mansoor

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This Engrained Heart

I am a Deaf male, and I write what comes my mind. I have been creatively writing since 2010, and from there has been growing my excitement and passionate for my poetry and writing.

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