On Words

The idea of the end of words
Is the oldest form of conversing
To move those lips without meaning
Shows the disregard of society

The idea of the accuracy of words
Is the strongest form of conversing
To move those lips with intent
Shows the appreciation of society

The idea of the beginning of words
Is the youngest form of conversing
To move those lips without restraint
Shows the non-credibility of society

Society holds the value that
The end of the oldest shows no meaning
The accuracy of the strongest shows intent
The beginning of the youngest shows no restraint

Disregard for those without meaning
Appreciation for those with intent
Non-credibility for those without restraint
Shows the reversal of intellectuality

 

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Author: amandwrites

The ordinary, expressed in poetry and in stories, is supposed to be special.

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