The Soul’s Language

 

Graham Gercken, Autumn Solitude
Graham Gercken, Autumn Solitude

The Soul’s Language

The jovial smile,

On the face of a young one

Brightens like the sun

 

Tears on the cheek

Of a mother in mourning

Grief pours down like rain

 

The heartfelt embrace

Midst brothers long divided

Ocean waves merging

 

The passionate kiss

Shared by two long lost lovers

Thunderous lightning 

 

Endearing words 

whispered by a handsome man

Tastes of luscious fruit

 

Gentle soothing touch

Of the frail and wrinkled hand

Soft like down feathers

 

Our deepest feelings

A metaphor of Nature

Language of the soul

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