“When the Voices Rise, the Guns Fall Silent”
The word comes first
I must speak, so I have spoken and I speak, out loud or quiet. I spoke to my father to him that I don’t want to be a breeder, to my uncle to
uncle to tell him that I don’t like his daughter. I talked to my mother about the woman I want to love all my life. I want to talk to the burning tanks
and the soldiers with their weapons to tell them to say stop. I encouraged the women to speak. I have spoken to my soul that has lived through scenes of drama and if it is necessary, I will amplify my voice, to reach all men.
Framer in speech, a supporter of critical thinking, contemporary revolutionary of oratory diplomacy, and promoter of U-Action eloquence.