Silence moon and hearing world

Many hearings know what is deaf.

Because they can see deaf.

Many hearings don’t know about deaf.

Because they never go to deaf.

They can’t afford to pay time

to visit moon.

Because they feel deaf is like moon.

They feel moon is minority.

They can see moon as deaf

But never go there.

They think the moon is not valuable

So the moon is always

Separating from the hearing world.

But they wonder that moon seems to be shine and smile

toward the hearing world.

The hearing is busy and can’t see deaf

For light day the world is busy

and no moon appears.

But if the hearing give time to think about deaf,

Moon will appear to them. It can cause

them feel interested to know more about it.

If they keep moving close to the moon,

They will draw close to deaf.

If they land to the moon,

They will become the part of the deaf.

When one reached there, he doesn’t hear any sound.

It seems to be peaceful.

No word wave over there and here.

People born in the moon.

They are always cheerful.

They are laughing.

They are very expressive.

Their hands are very busy.

Their eyes are observing and noticing at any movements.

If there is no sound, how can

those emotions come out.

He feels as if its miracle.

Their moving body is language that

the deaf can understand though ear and mouth are closed.

So we realize heart never depend on sound.

Senses can depend on heart.

Ear is closed

And eye gives us chance to have

emotions.

For hearing, mouth to ear to heart

Yes for deaf hands to eyes to heart.

We realize heart is not only important for

hearings but also deaf.

The deaf can be equal to

The hearing. When he came back to the

Hearing world, he told that he enjoyed associating with

deaf

The hearing asked him

about it and want to know how was it.

He replied to them that one reason they

never step into the moon!

Everyone wants to learn sign language

But they never step to do it.

The moon is little but it can give the world a

little light.

Similar way the deaf is minority but it can give

hearing people little smile.
Your basic idea of comparing the deaf with the moon is good, but your piece is too long and it wanders-- especially later, it is no longer poetry, but just sentences of an essay. The first thing to do is to distill your poem down to the best 10 or 12 lines and throw the rest away.
I agree with MrMicawber here. The poem is worth something if you can do some serious refining and editing.

Here is an old tale, from Sufism, that I thought of while reading your post:

A man walks into a bar and shouts, "The moon is greater than the sun!" Everyone turns and looks at him, puzzled. "Why is that?" someone yells out. The man pauses, making sure he has everyone's attention, then says boldly, "Because at night, we need the light more!"
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Hello Sweety

I wonder whether it would gain by being a little more moon-like; the moon is an interesting analogy, but these lines (for example) are perhaps too explicit:

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They feel moon is minority.

They can see moon as deaf

But never go there.

They think the moon is not valuable

So the moon is always

Separating from the hearing world.

...

So we realize heart never depend on sound.

Senses can depend on heart.

Ear is closed

And eye gives us chance to have

emotions.

For hearing, mouth to ear to heart

Yes for deaf hands to eyes to heart.

We realize heart is not only important for

hearings but also deaf.

The deaf can be equal to

The hearing. When he came back to the

Hearing world, he told that he enjoyed associating with

...

Everyone wants to learn sign language

But they never step to do it.

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MrP
davkettA man walks into a bar and shouts, "The moon is greater than the sun!" Everyone turns and looks at him, puzzled. "Why is that?" someone yells out. The man pauses, making sure he has everyone's attention, then says boldly, "Because at night, we need the light more!"

Guess that man has been drunk already before he walks to the bar. Emotion: big smile