Thursday, October 20, 2016

Wordless Language

The link between His and Her…  ah well!

I sit down with a freshly brewed hot cup of coffee.
 I am tired.
Enclosed within the four walls, there’s no privacy.
Yet, I carve out a niche to safeguard myself.
The rising mist fills the tips of the hills outside
LEDs light up crevasses inside the cafeteria.
I spot this quiet couple in the room
- their fingers twined, souls intertwined,
smiling together, watching each other;
 …. dancing in an ocean of emotions.
Who needs words after all?

Their diverse gestures, intense expressions
And endless smiles…
         Surpass the need of dialogue
      Their unspoken communication
unheard, but all conveying! Yes…
 it’s a language- beautiful wordless words
 that transpire beyond the conventional limits.
I love it!

Declaration of love can come from a mere touch,
their bodies speak to one another,
Wordless messages acts like a balm
-          Can anything be so soothing, so gentle?
Their story celebrates silence and love,
The sound of it overtakes…
    It becomes palpable, discernible.

Who says a deaf, mute or a blind couple do not understand romantic cues. Each couple develops its own sense of mood, energy and methods of communication….just like it does in any other relationship. ~

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  1. Oh this is the loveliest conversation of all. Wonderful to see you, Panchali.

    1. Thanks for the appreciation... appreciate it, Sherry!!:))

  2. Love. "Who needs words after all?"
    I remember watching Amerivcan sign language among the deaf--but of course those signs are words. But body language is amazing to watch and Words wouldn't mean much without it

    1. Sooo pleased you liked it....! Thank you, Susan.... :))))

  3. Sometimes the best of conversations can take without words. Your words ring so true, Panchali!

    1. Coming from you, this is a very gratifying compliment, Mary. Thanks... :)))

  4. Beautiful and so expressive. I feel if I was there So true that some conversations don't need words

    1. I am glad you liked it, thanks for coming by, Marja. :))

  5. Indeed, and it can actually be heard. Thanks Panchali for this lovely poem

  6. Yes the most indepth conversations can be wordless. A wealth of understanding went into your shared moment Panchali

    Much love...

  7. silence SAYS A lottttttttttttttt ...


  8. Declaration of love can come from a mere touch... absolutely!!

  9. LOVE! Such a beautifully intense and eloquent write ❤️

  10. Love certainly can be a wordless language...this is beautiful Panchali!

  11. what a beautiful way to describe the expression of love <3 :) !

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