When words fail you

When words fail you,
heart ceases to be at peace,
eyes speak for it, can’t enwrap it all
they can’t deceit, for they show all.

Mere movements of lips,
shaking unshakingly ,says a lot
trembling, not meaninglessly
When words fail you

Curling the toes,
turning away your gaze
kvetching the silence
When words fail you.

Incertitude of love-less-life
when you expect the favor
but fail to evince
When words fail you

Numb body, brimming love
Lost coherence of soul and self
Unflagging desire to get solace
When words fail you.

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About neha verma

I belong to India and have lived here for over 24 years. My profound interest is in writing poetry. Though these days i have been trying my hand at story writing as well. I pursued Masters of Arts in English from Delhi University. I am a teacher by profession teaching at Doon Public School as a TGT English.

5 thoughts on “When words fail you

  1. Louis Kasatkin

    ” When words fail you ” , is a delightful poem that addresses with poetic precision and insight what happens at those moments when we become inarticulate and somehow incapable of expressing our thoughts and feelings. A very good first post and share from Destiny Poets’ newest registered member, Neha Verma ; welcome to Destiny Poets !

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  2. Louis Kasatkin

    Destiny Poets’ International Community of Poets ( ICOP ) are pleased to announce that for July 2013 , the following works have been chosen in the categories of Poem of the Month and Highly Commended . *** Poem of the Month..Listen to the Whirlwind – Ogunjimi James Taiwo..***..In the Category of Highly Commended,(tabulated alphabetically)..** (The) Blind enlightened – Sridhar Karanam **…** Eye my soul – Reena Prasad **…** Jesus at the Well – Phil Martin **…** Sand bank – Madhumita Ghosh **…** They Name is Holy -Kiriti Sengupta **…** Tripping – Suzanne Parlee **…** When words fail you – Neha Verma **…** Wild Leaf – Tapeshwar Prasad **…** (A) Wilting Tree – Milon Moksedul **…** Window to my soul – Jan Phillips **…** (A) Woe-Man-1 – Diwakar Pokhriyal **…** Yellowing pages – Sunil Sharma **…

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