Deaf

Will no one listen?

We answer to the wrong call

The right one muffled.

 

 

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  1. This really makes me think about the messages and callings we receive in life which are easily ignored. I like the choice of the word muffled. Sometimes as mere humans, our messages are muffled by youth, ignorance, naivete, arrogance, carelessness. Some people don’t know or care to think about what they have missed but for others, the regret can last a lifetime.

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  2. Very powerful words! This is so fitting to many situations, but it really makes me think of someone living with dementia and their difficulty in communicating their needs.
    Thank you for sharing another great thought-provoking post!

    Aimsy xoxo
    Aimsy’s Antics

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  3. I can totally relate to this. There are people with great ideas who are trying to speak but the targeted audience is not listening as if they’re deaf. Or at the same time, they are listening to the wrong people. Thank you for sharing this piece.

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

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  4. Sadly, it is the reality. Let’s hope more people would be aware of the wrong calls they’ve answered to, and stand up to what they think is right, so we can have a better future. Thank you for sharing this powerful poem with us! x Ain (www.captaineverland.co.uk)

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  5. Wow such a powerful poem! I think this can apply to what we think is important for us vs what is actually important for us in life. There are so many things that we may brush away and not realize that they are important until later on, so it’s just muffled in the distance and by the time we realize it is important, the time has already passed.

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