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Unspoken Words
by Michael Mathieu

Friday, March 23, 2007
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Sometimes not talking says it all...
Sometimes we must stand up for ourselfs...

Unspoken Words


 


Sometimes in life
Words aren't needed
You just know
Unspoken words


You can look at your  spouse
Turn your head a certain way
Make a jester with your hand
A smile only they would know


Sometimes you argue
Hurting from inside
Unspoken words
Both knowing your wrong


Sometimes you see others
Hurting from abuse
A smile normally there
Today only a frown


Unspoken words
Afraid of what might happen
Not wanting to hurt their feelings
So you just walk on by


A child crouched in a corner
Tears run down their face
Bruises covering their body
No need to ask what happened


You just know somethings wrong

Unspoken words~

Michael~
March 2007

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Reviewed by Rafika Anderson (Reader) 1/28/2008
Yes, you are right, Michael. There is great power in the silence and the exchange of knowing looks between intimates. So much is said in our body language that never reaches our lips. Well done.
Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper 11/3/2007
I'm very late reviewing this poem, "Unspoken Words", but I just wanted to say what a meaningful poem it is. There is great enlightenment available through observations of body language, and your poem captures the essence of it. Great write.

Hope to see more of your work soon.
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 8/4/2007
Michael,
This is very beautiful, I found your poetry through Chantilly Lace's website, I shall be awaiting more poetry from a true poet..
Peace, Love, and Light,
Amber "V" Moonstone
Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green 7/1/2007
SO right. Please accept my unspoken words of admiration for your wisdom and sensitivity. 'Pea' <3
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 4/25/2007
Beautifully penned words of truth.
Reviewed by E. Richardson 4/13/2007
I was rambling about in here and ran across this gem...
No truer words have been written my friend...Excellent write!
Reviewed by Jennifer Blum 4/6/2007
I have heard these unspoken words for so long and yet you have put them in words. They hurt and they love yet all the while they are just there giving us fear and hope and pain. You have truely captured what many have felt.

Jennifer
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 4/3/2007
HOw could I have missed this Wonderful splendor Of FEELINGS!
I hear ya'!
WE must react somehow1
This is a gem I plan to treasure!
WArmly, Warrior Lady Sheeeoox
Reviewed by Margaret Russell 3/28/2007
Lovely poem,Michael. Poignant verse regarding child abuse. Keep writing.
Reviewed by Sandie Freeman 3/26/2007
Very touching Michael
Reviewed by William Bonilla 3/25/2007
Excellent write Michael
ceartain signs one can read like a book
yet there where to letters on it
Peace

William
Reviewed by Zahala San Simone 3/25/2007
What a heartwrenching piece, and so well done. Thanks for sharing with us.

Wendi
Reviewed by Crissy Foster 3/25/2007
This is a very real write. The last part really gets to me it's very true and sad. things like that happen all the time and when I see it it makes me angry. What is wrong with the mothers of them kids? If anyone ever touched my child they would die.
You provoke many feelings with this write.
Great job.
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader) 3/25/2007
A message full of wisdom Michael, love holly
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 3/25/2007
Very wise...enjoyed stay well and safe michael...HUGS
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 3/25/2007
wisely speaking poetry Michael, and i agree
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 3/24/2007
Indeed there is silence and there is crossing the otherside of the street...Poignant message..
Reviewed by jude forese 3/23/2007
unfortunately, the unspoken words of abuse roar much too loudly and much too deep ...

caring and powerful poetry, Michael ...

Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/23/2007
Yes, it's very important to have that innate sense of what's being felt. silence is golden at the right time.

Eileen
Reviewed by Laura Mayer 3/23/2007
Body language speaks volumes. Well said.
Hugs, Laura
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/23/2007
So very true Michael!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Morning Star 3/23/2007
Michael...This is so true whenever something is
wrong with my kids or my husband
I always know its like your poem says a smile or
A frown or the eyes all this things are related with
Unspoken words!!
Excellent message within this poem
Beautifully expressed unspoken words!!
love And Peace To You Always your friend...Morning star
Reviewed by J M 3/23/2007
Michael words are always powerful even unspoken ones this holds a wise message...........

peace,
Josie
Reviewed by Barbara Smith 3/23/2007
This is oh so true...sometimes the silence of no words hurt a lot but yes, I've understood my friends & husband at times by only a look. A great poem.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 3/23/2007
How true, and how we all often very sadly, just look the other way.
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 3/23/2007
Unspoken words sometimes hurt much more than the spoken ones.
But when it come to the unspoken words from a child it hurts even more.
This poem says it all.
Well done.
Georg
Reviewed by CJ Heck 3/23/2007
Oh Michael, this is so sadly true. So much is said with unspoken words, even more than with words, sometimes. You've captured it so well. A powerful write full of wisdom.
Love,
CJ



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