Friday, 15 May 2020

The Organ of Love by Author Brenda Mohammed


The heart is a fragile organ situated within the chest cavity.
It helps supply blood and oxygen to all parts of the body.
It is divided into two halves by a partition or septum.
And surrounded by a fluid-filled sac called the pericardium.
It’s called the heart because It’s the center of our circulation.
We refer to the heart when one talks about one’s emotion.
The word “heart” itself means the center or source.
That’s why humans associate love with the heart of course.

The state of excitement connected to love and attraction,
Is felt first and foremost in the heart, that tender organ.
The rapid heartbeats we experience with someone we love
Blood rushes through the veins and you think you’ve fallen in love.

Emotions of love, fear, grief, exciting news all affect the heart.
When you lose someone dear, you feel it tears your heart apart.
We know exciting news makes the heart bubble with joy.
No one should play with the precious heart as if it is a toy.

Why when love is lost one feels blisters on the heart?
Why does the heart hurt when from a loved one you’re apart?
Why does one feel the heart bursting when someone close dies?
The heart is at the very core of our body and never lies.

Copyright @Brenda Mohammed

BRENDA MOHAMMED, a former Bank Manager from Trinidad is a multi-award-winning author of 25 books, and Founder of the Literary Forums How to Write for Success, Poems for Suicide Prevention, Library of How to Write for Success, and Poems against Domestic Violence. Her award-winning book HOW TO WRITE FOR SUCCESS is popular amongst writers and University students.
She is also Regional Director – Operations- Motivational Strips, the world’s most active writers’ forum with writers from 106 countries, Honorary Member of the World Higher Literary Academic Council of World Nations Writers Union, National President of the Union of Writers, Union Hispaniomundial de Escritores for Trinidad and Tobago, and Vice-Chancellor of Motivational Strips Academy of Literary Excellence and Wisdom,
She recently published three best-selling Anthologies A Spark of Hope Volumes I and II, co-authored by 49 and 64 authors respectively, and Break the Silence: An Anthology against Domestic Violence by 87 authors. All three topped the charts on Amazon as Bestsellers No 1.
In November 2018 Brenda received two awards from Readers Favorite International at an award ceremony at the Regency Hotel in Miami for two of her books, ZEEKA CHRONICLES, and I AM CANCER FREE.
She was inducted into the Indie Author's Wall of Fame in January 2020.
On 20th February 2020, Motivational Strips conferred on her THE PEACOCK oPINION Honour, the first order and distinguished honour of appreciation that falls under LEVEL 1 in terms of all honours summed up. This award is given to authors who have shown exceptional support to World Literature. She also received further appreciation with the Shakespeare Medal Award, Global Literature Guardian Award and Global Dove of Peace Award from Motivational Strips.
Brenda was also honoured on 22nd February 2020 by Peru Government for Excellence in Literature, and in August 2019 by Seychelles Government for her Literary skills, and was awarded World Laureate in Literature and World Poetic Star by World Nations Writers’ Union.

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