Is your wall strong enough

Thee become that define thee,
But ye lo at thine self, hence, ye sayest,
Why is he using a lot of ye, you, and thou?
It is him that define himself,
In the same way how ye define thine self.

Everyone must define themselves in the state of their wall,
Such is Riddle who looks at me, hoping I would understand,
But how you define those words art up to thou,
Forasmuch as I can confront, forward, like a soldier front,
But not violent, not a weapon, just a form, to stand tall,
But thee cometh to thyself, why is he keeps saying, thee?
Consider, comtemplate, such is a conculsion.

He has a lot of vocalisation to make a ship,
Where its destinations, the book-ship,
But its compass, in the wide-sea,
That every ship must sail the sea,
But how they guide is up to themselves,
Like how you and I must make up our mind,
For life, we choose to be,
So, is your wall strong enough?

© Ismael Mansoor

Image by Lukas Bieri from Pixabay

Published by This Engrained Heart

I am a Deaf male, and I write what comes my mind. I have been creatively writing since 2010, and from there has been growing my excitement and passionate for my poetry and writing.

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