On the walls of heart

The buoyancy of hands assure,

But the eyes are quite cynical.

Behind the flesh, before the soul

Somewhere vibrates the slate I know,

On which, some scars, they burn;

And some are perfectly masked.


Countless pairs of eyes do peep,

Only those deceived, they come near.

With some crumbling chalks they scribble;

And within a moment, they disappear,

The words, they blanch and fade away

In the blackness of that slate.


Some thunders within, swallow the words,

And a few gusts take them away.

The chalk, the slate; neither is mine

Yet some blessed words belong to me;

They survive like the graffiti,

Imprinted on the walls of heart!


16 thoughts on “On the walls of heart

  1. Our scars are always hidden by us. We put up an act and say we are okay even if we are not. Our souls are in pain but no one knows. Our emotions are all bottled up inside of us. But sometimes people get to us or maybe we let them in. Maybe our guard has fallen down. They could do bad to us, could be the cause of our scars but the words they say are something that always stays with us. These people matter and their words do too, whether they are mean or whether they make us happy. Yet, when they leave our life their words may or may not dissapear. Some do, some don’t. And the ones which don’t, get imprinted on our hearts forever. Maybe they decieved us, maybe they did not. We may or may not want to remember them, because they made such a huge impact on us. But at the end of the day, no matter what, some words don’t fade away like the other ones because maybe they are close to our hearts, or maybe because it stings so much that we carry it with us. We might not want to be reminded of them, but oh well we don’t have a say in it.

    I hope this is relatable to the poem, which I don’t why but, is not! I just felt like writing it all and just expressing myself, because this beautiful poem made me do so…❤

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  2. Beautiful 🙂 and what makes it remarkable is the fact you are just 14.You will go a long way in poetry.My wishes 🙂


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