Insensitive sensations

poem by: Robert Kohlhammer
Written on May 04, 2017

     
Infer in conversational digression
Insinuate by practicing your profession
Will prove innocent a guilty confession
If making mistakes without discretion.

You think of what you say before you speak
If it is your turn to promote and attention seek
Take advice from reading the feelings yourself,
and if you donĀ“t understand, let somebody else. 

If the information is mentioned through allusion 
Responsibility is deemed worthy of an  inclusion
Misunderstood in the midst of  complete confusion
Your assumption causes you to jump to conclusions

So I dare not wish to retaliate or hold back
Remain calm if it is something I still  lack
I am sure, if I focused, nothing can distract 
Then the feelings of other people are a fact.

 

Tags: rhyme, anger, deep, confused,

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Geoffrey Brewer commented:
You've got me confused. Is it a plea for clarity in communication? If so, count me in. Let's try and avoid having to guess at the true meaning of another's words. Or have I missed the point?
Robert Kohlhammer commented:
I am in agreement with you, thankyou for reading it.
Raychill Ellisonwonderland commented:
Reading through, I found myself thinking about the manner of my mother's doctor!

 

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