“My pen yearns to write how I feel, yet fails miserably. 

It can convey only a little of what I would like to express.

Sometimes I wish you knew without me having to say or speak, that my silence would be enough for you to understand the hidden messages.

My pen yearns to write how I feel, yet fails miserably.”




44 thoughts on “A handful of dust

  1. I sometimes worry that there might be more than a few who wished my pen knew not what to write. 🙂 Even when my mouth knows not what to speak, it seems to motor on autopilot – lol.

    You may “fail miserably” at putting your exact feelings on the page — only you can say. But what you DO put on the page seems pretty darned successful to me!
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMore dot com)
    – ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder –
    “It takes a village to transform a world!”

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    1. I’m glad you write Madelyn, and those who feel otherwise just do so out of jealousy.
      Keep writing and let not anyone put you off from doing so.

      Thank you Madelyn. I appreciate your kind words. It’s always a motivation to keep writing with lovely feedback from lovely people like you.
      Thank you.

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  2. The Pen knew it was time to scribe again, even if its master knew not what to write.
    Words splattered the page again and again, the meaning to the master was out of sight.
    But the message was spread again, again, and again, in the mind of the readers it turned on a light.
    Which reminds us that when writer’s block comes again, again, again, and again, we will put up a fight!

    Great poem Sobia, keep up the great work. If you need anything Activate Your All is here to serve you.

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  3. Intersesting. It’s not always easy to write and even when one does write it is interperated in so many ways.

    I actually have a hard time putting my speech into written words. I can talk for England but tell me to write and I suddenly go numb.

    Your very good with your words. I look forward to reading more.

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