There’s a wall, a transparent one that divides us
Between words, spaces, expressions, languages, idioms – it exists.
Day by day, it becomes stronger,
The wall decides the civilised and uncivilised, raw and polished, emotional and practical.
It rules, supremely across: expectations, behaviour, decorums, protocols
What is said, is never meant or done. A farce, yet the wall is cemented each day.
Between our minds, thoughts and aspirations, us
In totality, there exits a wall. It’s silent presence scraps the wounds.
Norms, traditions, beliefs and principles binds it, holds it, lest it may fall
The wall; cracked, old, moist, nearly-dead yet alive.
Driven by actions, ruled by mind,
The eternal, immortal wall, between your world and mine, it stands!