Comprension of Words

September 12, 2009
By Morgana PLATINUM, Sloansville, New York
Morgana PLATINUM, Sloansville, New York
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A continuous conflict between words
The complicated meanings of simple sayings
Inspiration found in helpful understandings
Making reasons behind the combination of letters
To speak without knowledge of what to pronounce
To speak at the moments with knowledge contained
Words flowing together in rhythmic form
A thought spoken out to mean not
What it means; but to been heard as it’s meant
Knowing the confusion in which words can be caught
A meaning to one, is different to another
The thoughts behind those words continually unknown
That thought contains a reason
That reason involves the meaning;
The meaning, consists of a word
Discovering the letters to connect for significance
A message sent can be perceived in misinterpretation
The clarity of a word can be mistaken
Taken in perspectives of different translation
The confusion of conflict among words
To continue with the simple sayings
The complicated meanings that are never exposed
Making reasons behind what is said


The author's comments:
People don't always say what they mean, Nor do people always get what is said. Learning to understand people takes time and even when you fully understand someone they can still confuse you with what they say even though it makes sense to themselves.

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