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Poem Sensual Mixup
Speak my fingers,
tell every person,
touch every word.
have you mingled
Poem description: readers see words and hear them through their eyes, not their ears. This is different from a live speech where we hear the words from the mouth of a real person. Writers touch words through pens or keyboards (extensions of their fingers) rather than speaking the word from the mouth.
The senses are mixed up - and writers and readers are at fault. There is no problem with this, it is just an interesting perspective that senses don't map exactly to certain body parts only. Technically, eyes shouldn't "hear" and fingers shouldn't "say" words. But they do.
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