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By Anonym 19 Sep

Will. I. Am

To utter a word? no that will only heavy the air you breath, for your eyes speak more then your pretty mouth

By Anonym 19 Sep

Marty Bisson Milo

The poeticization of words I was worried now, I do not do it anymore, and the silence continues to ravage my soul I was worried now, I do not know and the silence of love continues to ravage my soul and my heart drained of emotions and the lonely road never seems to end the lightning of love continues to fail   and I stay with a heart full of burning scars   I see them in the crowd the mocking laughter the bad jokers, the worthless people who are afraid double-edged friends who stab, and slash without thinking about the consequences scars forming in the mind filled with screaming voices his stubborn voices will never leave me paralyzer adding weight to the confusion of insecurity wearing I was worried now, I do not do it anymore, and the silence continues to ravage my soul I was worried now, I do not know and the silence continues to ravage my soul the music call me night fall to deliver me in synchronicity words memorize restitution of my thinking I do not know to ask me but why is my heart still so hollow? and I can not find rest in any place he told me one day everything will be better but the weight of emotions enclose me agonize and I have to stay hidden because this world is without mercy I was worried now, I do not do it anymore, and the silence continues to ravage my soul I was worried now, I do not know and the silence of love continues to ravage my soul and I'm tearing from the inside my friends do not see it because a wall was built and the trust beat hospitalizer never got back from the fight lead lonely in a slice surround with explosions of bad intent and radiation of emotions my last companion the poeticization of words. (Marty Bisson Milo)

By Anonym 16 Sep

Eve Ensler

I have always been obsessed with naming things. If I could name them, I could tame them. They could be my friends.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Randhir Kaur

Here are few words to the unknown person who hurted me in a way nobody else did. This has been very impacting, the words still bang my head like marijuana. Even though I didn't knew much about you, I had no idea of the vulgarity of your mind which was so flithy for me but beautifuly coated with saccharine tales and rains with utmost fake sympathy. I sigh almost in tears for the words I never ever imagined to hear from anybody, but you broke that thought away henceforth believing that Satan did existed in the harmony of Angels. We could have been such good friends talking secretly about you to my besty that 'Maris is so warmest being'. You didn't had any idea how much I respected you and your struggles. I wonder how could you do this to a stranger like me who had been happily good to your gestures ever since I Mailed you. That mail just said to take care of my favourite thing and you took a revenge of my kindness. I sigh my pity on you that I cared for you beyond I thought I would do. But my dear, I still have care for you and never wish to accept your apology because you were in anger and wrath does Mahabharata. I just want to tell you that everything you did,hurted me and the challenges are really unbearable, the consequence is worst, you making me alone in such darkness that I wish to sleep in weepy rain and wake up in never.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Samuel Beckett

I don’t know: perhaps it’s a dream, all a dream. (That would surprise me.) I’ll wake, in the silence, and never sleep again. (It will be I?) Or dream (dream again), dream of a silence, a dream silence, full of murmurs (I don’t know, that’s all words), never wake (all words, there’s nothing else). You must go on, that’s all I know. They’re going to stop, I know that well: I can feel it. They’re going to abandon me. It will be the silence, for a moment (a good few moments). Or it will be mine? The lasting one, that didn’t last, that still lasts? It will be I? You must go on. I can’t go on. You must go on. I’ll go on. You must say words, as long as there are any - until they find me, until they say me. (Strange pain, strange sin!) You must go on. Perhaps it’s done already. Perhaps they have said me already. Perhaps they have carried me to the threshold of my story, before the door that opens on my story. (That would surprise me, if it opens.) It will be I? It will be the silence, where I am? I don’t know, I’ll never know: in the silence you don’t know. You must go on. I can’t go on. I’ll go on.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Georges Limbour

The Actor, noticing a closed bookshop, dismounted from the horse which he tied to a street lamp. He woke up the bookseller and bought a Spanish grammar and dictionary. He set out again across town marveling at the way that the words of the foreign language were freshly gathered fruits and not old and dry. They touched the senses marvelously, new like young beggars who accost you, not yet words but the every things they designate, happily running naked before being clothed again in abstraction.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Avijeet Das

And sometimes the words write themselves...

By Anonym 18 Sep

Amaka Imani Nkosazana

Stop entertaining two faced people. You know the ones who have split personalities and untrustworthy habits. Nine times out of ten if they telling you stuff about another person, they're going to tell your business to other people. If they say, "You know I heard........." More than likely it's in their character to share false information. Beware of your box, circle, square! Whatever you want to call it.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Shakieb Orgunwall

We are wounded by the words people speak, but we die from the ones that were never spoken.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rabindranath Tagore

In learning a language, when from mere words we reach the laws of words, we have gained a great deal. But if we stop at that point and concern ourselves only with the marvels of the formation of a language, seeking the hidden reason of all its apparent caprices, we do not reach that end, for grammar is not literature… When we come to literature, we find that, though it conforms to the rules of grammar, it is yet a thing of joy; it is freedom itself. The beauty of a poem is bound by strict laws, yet it transcends them. The laws are its wings. They do not keep it weighed down. They carry it to freedom. Its form is in law, but its spirit is in beauty. Law is the first step toward freedom, and beauty is the complete liberation which stands on the pedestal of law. Beauty harmonizes in itself the limit and the beyond – the law and the liberty.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Dejan Stojanovic

The world of numbers and words is odd. A number is the only word that doesn’t lie and words can be very deceitful; they create the illusion that a large number hides a great word.

By Anonym 18 Sep

George Orwell

Prose consists less and less of words chosen for the sake of their meaning, and more and more of phrases tacked together like the sections of a prefabricated hen-house.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Aisha Mirza

Tears are the words that the heart could not express, silent truths the eyes do confess.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Anthony Liccione

And when the earth began to rumble and quake, as fear and frantic set in, he ran back inside the house past his wife and children, gathering all the valuables and things he thought of importance, and ran back to his car packing away. After making two trips in and out, he waited in the car for his family to come out, in fear they darted through the darkness and pelting cold rain. When everything calmed down, and the house was intact and safe, he returned putting everything back in its place, had the kids go to bed, told his wife he loves her and turned off the light.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Olawale Daniel

You may not understand my words, but you will know my feelings when it does matters.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Avijeet Das

Eyes speak the unsaid words. You need to be a good observer to understand them.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Arnold Haultain

Nature's lessons are hard to learn. Harder still is it to translate Nature's lessons to others. Beside, the appeal of Nature is to the Emotions; and words are weak things ... by which to convey or to evoke emotion. Words seem to be the vehicles rather of ratiocination than of emotion. If, in these pages, there are scattered speculations semi-mystical, semi-intelligible, perhaps even transcending the boundaries of rigid logic, I must simply aver that i put in writing that only which was given me to say.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Temitope Ibrahim

Influence is when you are not the one talking and yet your words fill the room; when you are absent and yet your presence is felt everywhere.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Charlotte Eriksson

I am not a finished poem, and I am not the song you’ve turned me into. I am a detached human being, making my way in a world that is constantly trying to push me aside, and you who send me letters and emails and beautiful gifts wouldn’t even recognise me if you saw me walking down the street where I live tomorrow for I am not a poem. I am tired and worn out and the eyes you would see would not be painted or inspired but empty and weary from drinking too much at all times and I am not the life of your party who sings and has glorious words to speak for I don’t speak much at all and my voice is raspy and unsteady from unhealthy living and not much sleep and I only use it when I sing and I always sing too much or not at all and never when people are around because they expect poems and symphonies and I am not a poem but an elegy at my best but unedited and uncut and not a lot of people want to work with me because there’s only so much you can do with an audio take, with the plug-ins and EQs and I was born distorted, disordered, and I’m pretty fine with that, but others are not.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Wilfred Funk

The more words you know, the more clearly and powerfully you will think...and the more ideas you will invite into your mind.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Mehmet Murat Ildan

You can save hundred words with just one look!

By Anonym 16 Sep

A. H. Scott

Grab your pen! Grab your sword! Eviscerate small minds with pinpoint force of mental might. Victory is in horizon's sight!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Pablo Neruda

Hay una estrella mas abierta que la palabra 'amapola'? Is there a star more wide open than the word 'poppy"?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Max Barry

Good words were the difference between Emily eating well and not. And what she had found worked best were not facts or arguments but words that tickled people’s brains for some reason, that just amused them. Puns, and exaggerations, and things that were true and not at the same time.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Anne Scott

Once you go blind, unfortunately, words are all you've got.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jean Ferris

Phoebe was thinking, Insubordinate. What a lovely word. And when was the last time she'd heard a nice-looking young man use it? Why-never, that's when. What a treat. And to have a ruler who could say conscientious and citizenry in the same sentence. Lovely.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Swami Dhyan Giten

When something happens to you that is beyond words, life is happening to you. When the Ultimate is happening to you, you are beyond words.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Marty Rubin

A scent of lavender cannot be put into words.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

Don’t rush to justify yourself with a verbal argument; your choice of words may unmake what you made.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Amaka Imani Nkosazana

Words have power, and when you speak you give them life. Speak into the atmosphere. Speak into existence what you believe, desire, dream, and hope.

By Anonym 16 Sep

M. J. Abraham

I love the way he says my name. With the elegance and utmost respect of a King, just before he bows to his Queen.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Peter Akinti

He didn't speak much but the little he said kept me busy.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ana Claudia Antunes

What did the mat say to the door? You must be really aDOORable to open up to everyone who knock at you. And I welcome everyone and what do I get? People stepping all over me

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sanhita Baruah

There were two and only two messages that could have been comprehended by what he said. But neither of them was soothing; neither of them was a lie.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Subcomandante Marcos

But I'll tell you more about that later... or maybe I won't, because some wounds just don't heal even if you talk them out. On the contrary, the more you dress them up in words, the more they bleed.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ayn Rand

He knew, while he spoke, that it was useless, because his words sounded as if they were hitting a vacuum. There was no such person as Mrs. Wayne Wilmot; there was only a shell containing the opinions of her friends, the picture postcards she had seen, the novels of country squires she had read; it was this that he had to address, this immateriality which could not hear him or answer, deaf and impersonal like a wad of cotton.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Maira Cheeda

Between the lines thoughts were felt. In a way words could never read.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Terry Tempest Williams

My mother's journals are a shadow play with mine. I am a woman wedded to words. Words cast a shadow. Without a shadow there is no depth. Without a shadow there is no substance. If we have no shadow, it means we are invisible. As long as I have a shadow, I am alive.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Avijeet Das

Poetry comes to me like breathing. I inhale and breathe in the fragrances, flavors, emotions, sentiments, and feelings of people and places and breathe out poetry.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Brian Holguin

I've never subscribed to the "words can never hurt me" point of view. Because if words can't hurt, then neither can they help or heal or inspire. Yes, words can brutalize. They can shame and scar. But people must be free to say them anyway. We protect free speech not because words are harmless, but because they are powerful.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Criss Jami

Pretentiousness isn't always just big words and meaningless jargon, but also pretty words that either when put into action don't mean beans or hurt you in the long run. Oftentimes, the former appeals to the intellect whereas the latter appeals to the heart.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Eric M. Watterson

If you’re really a man worth talking about, someone else will say it. If there's nothing good being said about you, maybe there’s nothing good to say.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Will Advise

Home means always here...

By Anonym 20 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

You prove to people that you don’t pay attention to their words when they see that you don’t remember what they tell you earlier.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Plato

But I don't think we shall quarrel about a word - the subject of our inquiry is too important for that.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

A bad word triggers another in your opponent. Be ready to reap what you plant

By Anonym 20 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

Words are weapons of war.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Alok Jagawat

Beautiful are the words, that can express the innermost thoughts.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Anupama Garg

Love can only be expressed through actions. Words fail to encompass its enormity

By Anonym 19 Sep

Marianne Moore

TO A GIRAFFE If it is unpermissible, in fact fatal to be personal and undesirable to be literal—detrimental as well if the eye is not innocent-does it mean that one can live only on top leaves that are small reachable only by a beast that is tall?— of which the giraffe is the best example— the unconversational animal. When plagued by the psychological, a creature can be unbearable that could have been irresistible; or to be exact, exceptional since less conversational than some emotionally-tied-in-knots animal. After all consolations of the metaphysical can be profound. In Homer, existence is flawed; transcendence, conditional; “the journey from sin to redemption, perpetual.