Affirming Myself

I am a great writer, said he, I believe that people believe in my words. 
Let it be a strength to me, as a man and a faith to our Holy Creator.
Let me eat bread daily, so that I may remember to drink water,
But I as, a man need a consistent to fill the will that seeks me.

You are the great writer, said she, I believe that you are, with my heart. 
Let me strengthen a hope that waits for the world to bend it. 
Let me, and I will make your fantasy become your reality,
But you as a man must walk on your path, as I too have mine to walk.

Be thoughtful and pour out the spirit to the Holy One,
Oh, I almost say the Holy Spirit, but I prefer not to,
For they may think that he is a Christian,
But let me word, the Holy One, or our Holy Creator.

Negative:  Oh, I am always strong.

Positive:  Yes, you are right, but I won’t give up. Hope is eternal.

Negative: Now this is difficult.

Positive: You know me so well, so you must have felt me?

Negative: Always about the feelings! You are Positive, so how could I not feel you?

Positive: Negative, take it easy.

Negative: How you think that you are better than me? You are better than me because you are Positive. So, what do you want from me? You always lecture me about the whisper of education!

Positive: Education?

Negative: You only knew me, because I am your opposition.

Positive: Even though you feel that I am your enemy, but I am not.

© 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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