How will it be Heard?

He went not his way, but wentest the Lord of the way, which he claimed that the Lord is ours. Then went he to her, saith like, Will ye pour a cup of water for me? And she did and gave it to him, and he drank it. Then wentest he to land, and turn his face toward her, “Thank you.”

She walks toward an elder, and she does not look directly at the eyes of the elder, but the elder said unto her, “Even if we do not contact our eyes, then how can a Deaf person hear ye if ye doest not let them read thee?” And she sayest, “I will look upon them if they need me.”

He hence thence riddle all out.

© Ismael Mansoor

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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