52nd musketeer inspirational challenge...Without I write, I will remain dumb

a poem by UKAONU DORIS OBIANUJU, Nigeria

My lips might fall so short of words,
But My hands so long for words.
laying taps on my head,
To provoke foods for thought.
A kiss for a penny worth a pen.
Solace I breath,sinking in an ink pool.

How much speech can do right for me,
But Just a drop of ink and am alive.
A thousand Mics I would slain for just a paper,
Cause a paper would be starry mild than loud.

I could see through a day without any to say,
But my heart would not stop bleeding inks,
Yearning for a paper to fill.
I talk and forget the most,
I write to remember the least.

Never numb when I write,
Always dumb when I don't.
I am right to write.

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