We said the unsaid, without saying.

by Ashok Sharda

I had dedicated this poem to my NAGUAL WOMAN. It emerged while emotional vibrations transmitted by her charged me. Its altogether a different story that she got down THE TRAIN before THE JOURNEY could really commence.
Some of my friends believe that I hold a cold and bitter heart in my chest cavity. This poem, I am sure, will dispel their belief.
Some of my friends believe that I am controlled by Demons. Though I don’t believe in this nonsense, still, I believe that this poem answers their misconceptions since no such poem can emerge from a mind or heart controlled by Demons.
Yet another purpose of posting this poem is to dispel this belief that I adopt to mind controlling tactics. This poem is a dispelling proof that I am too subject to the influence of positive vibrations as any of you.

We said the unsaid, without saying.

She said
the unsaid
without saying

I heard
the chimes of love
without hearing

The vibrations
which pervaded me
said in no uncertain terms
the three words of
Joy Beauty and Love

I said
The unsaid
without saying

Filled she was
with the melodic ecstasy
without hearing

The ecstasy
transported her to
a dream world
diffused with the
Joy Beauty and Love

We sang
the unsung
without singing

We heard the resonance
from the core

our hearts
echoed the verse
we sang
unsung of
Joy Beauty and Love

She walked
into my dream
without walking

I marched
into her dream
without moving

My dream became
her dream
her dream became mine
we dwelt in the dream world of
Joy Beauty and Love

We drank
the elixir together
we merged into each other

Neither she remained she
nor I remained I
the space reduced to nothing
the time stopped ticking
I became her
She became me.

We heard
the chimes of love
without hearing

We said
the unsaid
without saying

We dwelt
in the world of
Joy Beauty and Love.


Posted on 02/12/2002
Copyright © 2022 Ashok Sharda

Member Comments on this Poem
Posted by William Teo on 01/16/03 at 02:28 PM

I really like the style of ur poetry and belief :)

Posted by Chris Sorrenti on 02/09/03 at 02:54 PM

Truly beautiful and romantic Ashok. I enjoyed reading this very much.

Posted by Agnes Eva on 05/21/03 at 09:59 PM

the world of joy beauty love, so full of all the unsaid, subconscious, magical things that resonate and give it life and feed the soul. you are simply in tune with them, you know how to stop time to dwell in them. i'm sorry she didn't realize this and ended the journey prematurely. you captured the beauty that it was.

Posted by Alex Smyth on 06/14/03 at 07:28 PM

An experience of the heart, mind and soul. Beautifully, truthfully, and humanly expressed. Both parties were fortunate to have shared in this.

Posted by Rachelle Howe on 09/07/03 at 11:04 PM

this is gorgeous. sometimes even human love astounds and shakes me. she's lucky, if she knows, and i'm sure she does... especially with words like these. amazing.

Posted by Michele Schottelkorb on 09/19/03 at 01:18 PM

this is absolutely brilliant... i knew when i read your foreword and my chest tightened, i was in for a heart appealing beauty of a poem... you did not let us down... perfect and flowing and precious and simply all encompassing of your love... this is how it should be and you have captured it excellently in written words... awesome... blessings

Posted by Jeanne Marie Hoffman on 10/03/03 at 04:51 PM

Beautiful... "Filled she was with the melodic ecstasy without hearing " beautiful, beautiful, beautiful

Posted by Maureen Glaude on 12/11/03 at 12:36 AM

I know exactly what you mean, and when that mesh occurs, so that he could be she and vice versa, they are each other, equal, it is true reciprocated magic I believe. Incredible. An honour to have read

Posted by Rula Shin on 01/21/04 at 05:29 PM

The only poem you wrote about love and it's about the one who got away...so sorry Ashok, but very beautiful flowing, and because of the author's note, hearbreaking work. *She walked into my dream without walking* Gorgeous! What vivid memories you have of that rare and precious chemistry you shared...I wonder if you would have remembered this as passionately had she NOT gotten away :-)

Posted by Marjorie Anne Reagan on 02/01/04 at 02:59 PM

The most special kind of love is indescribable. You describe it so well here:-)

Posted by Wendy Geal on 03/07/04 at 01:30 AM

I'd quote my favorite part... but then i'd end up quoting the whole thing. this is amazing.

Posted by Maria Terezia Ferencz on 04/05/05 at 04:07 PM

Pure Rapture....

Posted by Charles E Minshall on 04/06/05 at 03:11 AM

This I couldn't read without reading a fine love story Ashok. Well done Charlie

Posted by Laura Doom on 04/06/05 at 04:37 PM

Precious - and amazing, in style & substance, and also in the way you retained all your comments with the repost - or was it?

Posted by Chris Sorrenti on 04/08/05 at 11:52 AM

What more could anyone ask for? When it happens unsaid, that's great, but even more so when it's said too. I don't see any demons here, but maybe chimes of love could be chimes of attraction instead as you list love afterwards with joy and beauty. Just a suggestion. :o)

Posted by Junemarie Roldan on 05/24/08 at 05:52 PM

If anything could be perfect, this would be it.

Posted by Allison Smith on 07/16/09 at 08:32 AM

Very nice indeed.

Posted by Kristina Woodhill on 05/04/15 at 03:30 AM

Always loved this one. Good to see it as POTD!

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