There are no words left

… so often, we are just a series of things

done wrong, dear God, a series

of things I could still do, if only

I could be a real human too

not just a man, or a woman,

but a real human, is hard ;

I have tried,will try again.

Sometimes when there are no words,

when we have broken

are broken,

we are most

human…

The Right to Not Remain Silent.English: An ethnic Wife of Dhaneshwaran from t...

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13 responses to “There are no words left

  1. Work for my brains, lot to ponder over.

  2. Kramer

    Yes indeed – sometimes there are no words. Hours turn to days, days to months and months to years and when there are still no words fear, uncertainty, doubt and self doubt scream loudest. It is when we are broken that silence speaks beauty, love, understanding and all that is good.

    I don’t know why I wrote this and if it is relevant at all to your post but that is one of my fears – that I just don’t get it 🙂

  3. Ur words actually leave us speechless

  4. this sets off a lot of thoughts..great work..

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