We speak in different fonts,
Even without our knowledge,
You and I,
Him and her,
They highlight myriad elements of our words,
And translate the meanings behind them,
We speak documents to one another,

Typeface to face,
Times new roman to stores and syndicates,
Calibri in your social circles,
Wingdings after a few sherbets,
Your interests pointedly underlined,
Capitals for ones agitation,
Honeyed words handily italicized,

The human mind is a word processor,
And can handle any font,
So be certain to utilize it wisely,
Train your tongue to push the correct keys,
As you type out your speech,
Lest you never speak,
And never be understood.

Comments
  1. Beautifully penned. Excellent word play. I ❀ it!

  2. Hmmmm πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”
    Not sure if I agree or disagree πŸ€” Maybe both πŸ€·β€β™€οΈπŸ€£

  3. drpassenger says:

    oh my… Poem presented in bit different way… loved it.

  4. tara caribou says:

    β€œTrain your tongue to push the correct keys” YES!! my favorite line.

  5. Carol anne says:

    Love this Its so good! ❀ ❀ Well done on such an awesome piece! xoxo

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