Sacred engravings carved in rough stones laced in patterns.
What lies beyond, no one can fathom what phantom lies behind those walls.
Or is my heart too wicked to allude a perhaps better reality.
Yet somehow, those walls stand tall,
Grounded in appearance, somewhat fragile.
Do not question their existence,
Each brick plays a role,
One by one they stack over the other.
Some walls aren’t meant to protect, some hide a truth.
If walls could talk, would you listen?
Published by Andréas Ruth B. Deolinda
Andréas Ruth B. Deolinda is a poet and writer passionate about using her craft to inspire change in every aspect of life through thought-provoking discussions. Through her out-of-the-box approach to writing, she hopes to inspire her audience and advocate for the power of education to give voice to individuals in all walks of life. As a writer, she covers topics in sports, culture, science, education, lifestyle, mental health wellness, and advocacy around special needs.
Andréas is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Psychology Research and holds a double major BSc degree in Biochemistry and Psychology, and two BA Honors degrees in Psychology and Drama Therapy. Discover more about her work:
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