words are defined

Posted: September 9, 2010 in loved ones, universe
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words that define
words that rhyme
words those are mine
words i am saying
words i have said
words that will be uttered
if they are shaped by my lips
then they are my prenomonation

when said for me
deciphers my head with verbs
for not always words follow with actions

words that hurt
words that care
words i use to pray
words i use to betray
words so blunt that make dents
if they shaped by my lips
then its my punishments

when said by me
hearts cryout abstracts
for they are hurt just wish i had a prayer

words for love
words for care
words i hear
words i need to hear
words so beautiful that make me gay
if they shaped by her lips
then its my divine plan

when said to me
pulse race to a beat
for her rhythmic divine fills my life with every chord to note

words make words but its us who define them.

  1. Jingle says:

    excellent flow of your words.
    apt poem.

  2. Jingle says:

    smart move,
    scan participants list,
    have fun reading others….

    Happy Thursday!

  3. Aparna says:

    good one ๐Ÿ˜€

  4. this poem is really good when it’s done in spoken word, (i read it outloud cuz in my head it didn’t read as well), I met a guy that used to go to poetry “slams” who had a similar style, you should try it out, they’re pretty big on college campuses

  5. notjeffery says:

    I dig the flow of your words.
    Words are beautiful things that can do so much damage…


  6. megzone says:

    awesome ending there ๐Ÿ™‚
    words are words, its how we define them that matter ๐Ÿ™‚
    our perceptions to words and expressions are wat matter ๐Ÿ™‚

    m here from Jingle’s rally…
    you can read my rally poem at

  7. Chris G. says:

    I like the beat you’ve got going through this one–and a tight flow.

    “words make words but its us who define them.” ~It is so true. Words have power, great deals of power–but only so long as we let them.

  8. @ jingle thanks once again
    @louisydom- iam a realtor who rhymes so iam way past the prime … flattered to be called young will rembr this advice till i have no teeth to grind ๐Ÿ˜› cheers!!!
    @glad u liked it aparna
    @notjeff – thanks…but they can also create as u do with ur wonderful comments.
    @megz – thank u
    @chris – thanks.

  9. Rajlakshmi says:

    indeed words are words, but it is we who define them…
    very different write… beautifully penned


  10. Jingle says:

    how are you?

    do you enjoy reading fresh poets?
    please return favors to those who are here,
    let me know after you are done 18 NEW ones.

    Happy Thursday!

  11. Someone Is Special says:

    So lovely poem here… First time and I loved your poem… Your words are well defined…

    Happy Rally…

    Sweet Dish

    –Someone Is Special–

  12. Jessica says:

    Loved this, and sums up everything about words wonderfully. Words sure can hurt too.

  13. sgneist says:

    Words like water, clear or muddy, drops or streams, gentle or fierce – their meanings defined both by the sayer and the listener – never the same… I also think about them a lot. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, I like it ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. hindawy says:

    I think its nice

    But the word “words” is mentioned 17 times I think its a bit too much ๐Ÿ™‚

    The variation in the language is a relief to the eye, which after a while just skips “words” altogether ๐Ÿ™‚

  15. vivinfrance says:

    Ah, that love affair with words: all poets must own it if we are to write anything worthwhile. Bravo.

  16. 700miles says:

    if they shaped by her lips
    then its my divine plan

    liked these lines a lot! very good writing, you have a way with taking words mashing them together and then rolling them out into one meaning, then doing it again and coming up with another. i like it. take care – keep writing!

  17. DiamondsAndDogs says:

    Lovely rhyme;

    words so blunt that make dents
    if they shaped by my lips
    then its my punishments

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