Hearts on Paper

by A Poets Handwriting aka ALISHA   Oct 7, 2012


Words;
words spoken,
words written,
words left unsaid.

Some recite love,
others project hate.
Some bring tears,
and others go unread.

Words;
Beautiful and powerful
expressing emotions
from whence they bred.

A poet's device,
where a story's told;
words upon paper,
where our hearts have tread.

By A. Sherden
7 October 2012

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  • 3 years ago

    by The Fairy Mary Poppins

    I love the rhyme style and I love that you described every poet in the planet with this poem it doesn't matter if the poet isn't "good" or if the poet is "great" you described in a semi short poem the beauty that every one of us writes it's just beautiful thanks for writting this amazing piece cheers! 5/5

    -Bet

  • 4 years ago

    by Ingrid de Klerck

    Some recite love,
    others project hate.
    Some bring tears,
    and others go unread.

    ^^
    These words were really strong, Alisha.

    a very reflective poem, I am going to put this one in my favorites...words are indeed such powerful tools!

    Well done,

    5/5 Ingrid

  • 4 years ago

    by L

    Words are words, and there are tons of words in the whole world, some decide to speak and say more words than others while others prefer to keep them to themselves. I wonder if the ones that prefer to keep them to themselves are saving them to later write them down on a paper or to later give an explosion of words to whoever deserves it.

    It could be any reasons, but whatever the reason it may be, words will always be words, and they will always have an effect on people even if the words are not spoken.

    As we know, silence often times speak more than words, but who are we kidding everyone speaks whether with a sound, or within some piece of paper.

    thought, sometimes we speak with our eyes and we may use signs to communicate but that's another story not so related to words.

    Well done.

  • 4 years ago

    by Baby Rainbow

    Words;
    words spoken,
    words written,
    words left unsaid.

    - This is a powerful opening because we can all think of these words which we regret saying or writing, or regret not saying or writing.

    Some recite love,
    others project hate.
    Some bring tears,
    and others go unread.

    - so true, words can be so very different and even the same word can be mistook by someone and taken in a different way which ends up casuing trouble between people. The words left unsaid are words we go on to regret and would give anything to have had the chance to say them.

    Words;
    Beautiful and powerful
    expressing emotions
    from whence they bred.

    - when I read this I imagined such words as beautiful, pretty, kind, caring, comfort etc. these words can offer so much to someone who needs to hear them and when we express this attitude to others we offer more than we think we do therefor making them that much more powerful.

    A poet's device,
    where a story's told;
    words upon paper,
    where our hearts have tread.

    - nice ending, short and ends the poem with again another part where we can relate to.

    This poem reminds me that people will never forget what you say, so say hateful words and they will remember the feelings that stem from them, or say beautiful words and they will remember how you made them feel.

    Nice write.

  • 5 years ago

    by Hannah Lizette

    First stanza: Words are always powerful whether they are written, spoken, or left unsaid. The ones that are left unsaid are usually the ones that hurt and have more emotion than the others.

    Second stanza: Very true. Words have different meanings... it depends on your heart. Sometimes we can speak of love, sometimes of hate... the ones that are unheard or unread are the ones we want to scream out but can't find the voice to do so.

    Third: Very nice stanza, nothing further to really say about it.

    Fourth: A great ending, I really love it. I love when poets write about writing... its something truly magical because everyone has their own interpretation and own way of writing. Letting the readers know what those words mean to you...

    Overall, a great piece! :)