PING

  

ping

\ˈpiŋ\

noun

A Naval term; sharp sound or acoustic pulse signal made to communicate; recognize someone or something


PING

Like hands gliding 

Acoss Braille embossed pages 

Your eyes scan the invisible 

The hidden

The hide and

Please 

Don’t seek 

In me

You discern me

I’ve been located 

PING 

Under water

It’s current strong and hypnotic 

Like words 

Pouring from your pen

And mouth

Both full 

Overflowing 

Plume in full bloom 

You speak 

Inaudibly

Yet I hear

PING

I dare not say

I was drowning

Admittance would

Admit more water in…

PING

You

Communicating

The

Incommunicable

Robust 

And with ease

Eradicating

My dis-

Ease

PING

On your radar

Now radiating

Rays no longer asunder 

Resuscitated

Made no longer to wonder 

Incognizant of my incognito  

I see your scrutiny

And raise your awareness  

© Ericka Arthur and authenticitee, 2015

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13 thoughts on “PING

  1. In much awe of your consistent ability to raise my awareness about the translucent power of words, diction and syntax! Def will never hear the word or sound, Ping, the same way again.

    I’m waiting on your book declaration too, my dear! The world is reading, embracing and living off of your every word, these days. Could use a small, tangible copy, that we could carry everywhere we go! #Ijs Peace & Blessings love, today and always!!

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      1. It’s all good, sis!! Your actions of love and truth, speak louder than any words could ever dream of!! You’re more than welcome, btw!! I’m blessed to share the love back, with someone who has shared so much with me!! Stay blessed sis!!

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