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»It is in your words...«

by Lungile KaDlamini, April 15, 2015

One word, and I melt,
I've heard the same words, with hurt,
Few letters thrown together and my day is brighter,
You say it so well, my soul knows nothing better,
I smile because my inner being hears it better,
I smile because your words plant a seed of joy and peace; independent of external turmoil,
Your words build me because you use them right,
You plant a seed of respect and honour with your words,
It is the same letters and characters I've heard so many times before,
But how you use them makes all the difference,
I find your true self in your words,
Perhaps a discovery you are yet to comprehend.

Written: April 2015
Tags: Communication

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