What is said and what is meant

Inference is a sure as damn it preference
to the thirst that’s quenched
by drenching our words
in what we truly mean.
So clean our monologue
that we never mean to clog
the pores of sentiment
or the flaws we meant
to hide in conversational fog.

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4 thoughts on “What is said and what is meant

  1. Jordan says:

    Your word choice here is astouding. I can visualize these pores of conversation. My hats off to you.

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