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    [post_content] => It's a collection of symbols we always use.
Undeniable hate takes the passion out of our speech.
They will help you with your words.
Beginning at relations, it's a family of 26 all into one house.
We make them into words and speech.
They are always there for us, making us happy with their dances.
You can make them jump around, forming different groups and lines.
They dance about, making different words.
                                                      I am the Alphabet.
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            [wpcf-summary-description] => This poem is commended in the Bletchley Park poetry challenge on Young Poets Network (YPN).

So Mayer, who wrote and judged the challenge, said of this poem, “A riddling reminder that we are always creating codes when we use the alphabet! This poem plays nicely with the endless flexibility possible in writing and speech, but also draws attention to the responsibility that lies in making meaning, very relevant to Bletchley.”
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            [title] => Thurab Sharifi
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Hidden Messages

Thurab Sharifi

It’s a collection of symbols we always use.
Undeniable hate takes the passion out of our speech.
They will help you with your words.
Beginning at relations, it’s a family of 26 all into one house.
We make them into words and speech.
They are always there for us, making us happy with their dances.
You can make them jump around, forming different groups and lines.
They dance about, making different words.
                                                      I am the Alphabet.