Passages of Our

1.
My mind said like, “The Lord who gives you a bread of knowledge, and another bread of wisdom, yet all the truth awaits you to unlock thyself. Hence, wait, feel, and patience, for it is fragrant, but thy Lord, no, our Lord, the Miracle Creator is Our. Oh, thee must understand for it is personifying.”

2.
My mind said like, “Strange, I know, yet everyone must riddle themselves in order to understand their books. How can I the Lord be Our if they continue chanting, my God, your God? Thee must understand thy book that was and is writing for every part of you.”

3.
My mind said like, “Every bird should fly, but some don’t. Every fish should stay inside the sea or river, but some lands on and off. Doth thee want the Lord the Almighty repeats Himself? But thee provoke, and said, I am not hearing. Thou said ye art Deaf, but I said before that your ears are lazy.”

4.
My mind said like, “How can you, a man who claims, I am Deaf, is not defining as a hearing person? You know what is in thine soul but you said, I don’t know myself well enough. But I said, you do, but it’s just that you didn’t call Focus or Force.”

5.
My mind said like, “Ye who is quiet to Our but thou doth not pray enough in front of the Holy One. You are quiet before the Almighty, yet ye pray in a way that thee think I can hear. Ye did look upon thine daydreaming, fantasying that Two Hands held ye comfortably. And you saw the Face, but you didn’t see because of the Brighter.”

6.
My mind said like, “It’s kind of teaching that reminds me about what’s the truth and wisdom. But the rain shall river out of the cloud to bring back the truth. Remember, and consider it is personifying.”

© 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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