Her Heart Be Known

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Photo: alexandra lammerink on Unsplash

 

She did not know how

To have her heart

Be known,

Other than to

Let her spirit

Be flush with

Hope,

And to allow her

Soul to

Blush bright

With the

Intent,

Even if

Her words paused,

Timid,

From the moment

She’d left

Home.

 

 

For the dVerse quadrille poetry challenge: flush

 

 

21 thoughts on “Her Heart Be Known

    • I’m so glad! I’m not particularly shy myself, but I think we all know some of the feeling, and I work with enough people who are painfully shy to recognize the agonizing push/pull of hope and difficulty. Shy people aren’t unsocial. If that came across, I’m glad. ๐Ÿ™‚

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