Dear readers 🙂

I would like to share you two images from my book called A Collection of My Unspoken Deepest Thoughts: Volume 1.

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You can see that I use personification to describe word that define emotion or philosophy…

Normally I would not ask people to buy my books because I like them to buy it by their free will. But I would love it if you could support me by purchasing my book below 🙂

Riddle oh such a riddle

Prayer’s house is an opening one,
Everything in it is seeable,
Seek that is in seeing eyes.
Prayer is not alone but with animals.
The Most High is pleased with him;
The yoke is not on Prayer’s land nor sea;
The yoke is on all of it, but not him.
Think, what one could, such a riddle.
Feel, what one would, such a figure.
Sense, what one should, such a paradox.
Thee must seek Prayer’s house, and listen to him.

©️ Ismael Mansoor

Sacred Bumblebee (A Collaborative Poem)

Come come, said he to her.
Ye read with thine eyes,
And I will wait for thee.
She smiles at him with a delightful reaction.

Come come, said she to him.
Joy and thee art making me
Feel like an understanding spirit,
’cause the bees are the Earth’s essentiality.

The Yellow Brick Ave

The bumblebee is like a sacred one 
That would save the pollination’s world
They show you what needs to be done
The way they did to their pollinations 
I feel like they are a saviour to our world

They allow for new life, for growth, for reborn beauty.
They do their duty for their colony and for the Earth.
Those hard-working magic-makers,
Spreading hope and potential for dahlias and rosemary–
They truly are divine keepers of the circle of life.

Sweet honey is a bee’s saviour to their taste 
And the bumblebee’s sting protects their sanctuary 
As well as shielding their clever and beautiful queen
She instructs them to their heaven’s work
For the sake of our life not alone their lives

Inspiration, too, is a bumblebee
Buzzing around one’s head–protecting its kingdom,
Taking flowery thoughts
And transforming them into fruit,
Giving way to seeds that will sprout anew.


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See he can dance

Have a look at our new SASL music video: “See he can dance.” This video contains music that Hearing people can also enjoy. Enjoy and drop a comment below!

Translation from South African Sign Language to English

See, see, see

He can dance

Whoa ,


He can dance

Can, can, can

Oh, watch him, watch him, watch him

Oh whoa,

Oh whoa,


See, see, see


He can dance

Oh, see?



Oh wow


©️ Ismael Mansoor

The Qualities of Love

Image by Dariusz Sankowski from Pixabay

I am not seeing you as a black man or a white man or a brown man. I am seeing you as a person with a name. Your colour means nothing to me.

Do you know why I said this? When some people asked what race I am, what religion I am, where I come from – all they wanted to know who I am as a definition of my colour skin, my belief, my nationality, my tradition, etc, etc, etc, but I answered, “I’m human. I’m earthman. I’m mankind. So here my name is Ismael.”

If you do not satisfy that I have answered to you that I am human, I am earthman, I am mankind. If you asked what my belief is, then I tell you that my belief is the Miracle Creator – the Understanding – the Truth, the Faith, the Goodness, the Light and the Miracle – all the same LOVE that we know for sure that LOVE bring this world as one family.

If you do not know LOVE as TRUE MEANING OF LOVE then why do you go out to ask some people who they are as colour skins, as their beliefs, as their nationalities, as their traditions, etc, etc, etc, because if you find out who they are so that you may judge them because you think you are love?

Love is an unity, it is something we all share and experience in life. Love is everything for each every love – everyone experiences love, and the special love will remain in their souls. Love is connected to one another, be it a billion – through our personalities, our presences, our flaws and our warm appearances. Love is not blinded by a quality, however people tend to make love based on their race, religion, nationality, and tradition.

For we are one mankind no matter what colour skin we are but LOVE doesn’t matter whatever we are as long as our connection is connected to LOVE for we can love together as one, as an unity.

©️ Ismael Mansoor

I wrote this poem above about three years ago

CANDID CONVERSATIONS: Mona Soorma talks to Ismael Mansoor

Dear everyone 🙂

My lovely friend Mona interviewed me for her blog!

Read and support her blog if you can.

Thank you.

Manic Sylph Writes... Poetry & Thoughts by Mona Soorma

Hello and welcome back to Candid Conversations!

Today, I have an interview with a wonderful writer and poet, Ismael Mansoor. He is a fan of online writing and likes to make sure he has written something every day so he can go to bed happy. His pet peeve- people who want to correct his writing! He wants to learn at his own pace and in my opinion, we must respect a writers space.

You can reach him on his blog, “This Engrained Heart” or on his Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. He also makes great videos in Sign Language so that the deaf can understand them. Buy Ismael’s books on his Amazon Page.

Over to Ismael…

Hi Ismael. I am so glad that you agreed to talk to me about your life and work, Let us begin with your life at this moment. What is a typical…

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Selah (A Collaborative Poem)

This is the first poem that I collaborate with Joy from the Yellow Brick Ave!

The Yellow Brick Ave

The following is my first collaborative poem that I wrote with Ismael Mansoor from This Engrained Heart! Ismael’s contributions are in mid-green and mine are in dark gray (which probably just looks black).

I provided the prompt, and Ismael started the writing. After that, we went back and forth with adding pieces to it until we finished. I think that the final product of this poem is very much a mixture of our two different writing styles, and I’m excited to share it with all of you!


Music, Selah, they went on, Selah, Selah
With lyrical psalms like Proverbs, Solomon
Had chosen the path he sang of Selah
Too many songs to cherish the solemnity

Like him, we sing, “Praise, praise!”
For we have been bequeathed with
the grass, the dirt, the trees,
with the rain that provides life and renewal
to all.
Does not every songbird whistle…

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The Union of Light

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Gabriel, why did you
act as a special one?
You want to tell me
what is going on the Earth
then, Uriel?
I see Sin everywhere,
If he doesn’t meet me,
he’ll pray to our Miracle
Creator forever until his
prayers are answered.
I need to reach him
for his many generations.
And quietly return to my hope
Alight, Gabriel.
Great, Uriel.
Hey, Michael.
I get it, Uriel.
Like Gabriel, Michael.
I know how you work, Uriel.
When it comes to the Miracle Creator,
everyone for hope
ourselves, right?
We have to work, to get
done, gets done
We’re about to deliver the
delivering of the eternal light.
Get that cure ready, Raphael.
Remiel, Raguel, and Sariel
look like we have good news.

© Ismael Mansoor

To that strange land

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The Journey welcome me to the strange land,
Where there is full of hope, heaven thoughtful,
That you find me so strange to say something,
Like the eternal Light the Miracle.

I find my thoughts, how strange is that something,
Such as polices, hospitals are no more
Because of everyone, everybody,
Are full of self-healing, full of self-peace,
Where there is no more of crime, no more sick –
How strange that land with full of the miracle –
That there is no more sin – no more sin-curse,
Because of the understanding is there.

I find that there’s no more pride and ego,
Because of the understanding is there,
That I see that the world is full of calm,
Due to the peace who win over that land.

I find my thoughts, how strange is that something,
Such as killings are no more of that blood
Because of everyone, everybody,
Are full of self-kindness, full of self-love,
Where there is no more of eating blood food,
How strange that land with full of the miracle –
That eat only fruits and vegetables,
Because of the understanding is there.

I find that there’s more of Angels and Light,
Because of the Miracle Creator,
Is there to sit on the throne of that land –
Due to my abstract thoughts, for that strange land.

© Ismael Mansoor

Ropes In The Sight

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Peace. Here I am, my dear five fondly souls
Eternal. Dear Peace, thank you for coming
Truth. The Great Peace knew truth himself his life
Wrath. Yet I come and show you the truth of 
Salvation. Dear Wrath, I will save for all

Sin. I cause sin-curse because of mine-own
Will that I tempt me to lead the life 
And you, Peace, I will tell you of how life
It can be strange if I change it, you know Peace
Truth. I know, Sin, you see, I know, right Wrath

Wrath. Don’t pick me and I won’t open mouth
Eternal. I have known now and then for 
Sin. Yea forever, ever, and ever
Peace. Dear Sin, your glory time will come to the end 
Those majestic metaphors will the Light

Truth. Not everyone can understand that
Majestic metaphors – all are riddles
Salvation. “I’ll save for all” is a riddle
Unlocking paradoxes of riddles – that
We all need to seal Sin for Eternal

Wrath. Ha, ha, ha, Salvation – don’t make me
And you, Peace! You may be my fond soul
But you see, Peace is that I sometimes desire
Sin! That I desire because of wrath I’d
Peace. I will stop whoever destroys life

Truth. I will record all truths in all life 
That I vow to my name to teach spirits
That all lies are not with me forever
Peace. I will make peace with all of creations 
It will seal Sin for once when it’s ready

Sin. For I am excellent Sin as you are 
You are an excellent one as I am, Peace
Eternal. All of you ones should know that 
For I am Eternal, that I know each
Every one of you knows who I am for

Salvation. You are so quiet, Eternal
Truth. Nobody can truly know who you’re
Wrath. And all of you know Wrath who I am
Sin. And Peace will watch how the life you deal with
Salvation. And end we all will be peace

©️ Ismael Mansoor