Silence MAG

September 29, 2011
By Jarod Selby BRONZE, Williamsburg, Michigan
Jarod Selby BRONZE, Williamsburg, Michigan
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As the light mellows away
darkness comes to pass
leaving every soul stunned,
topped, motionless. No words
are said because there are
none to be told. No one
knows when the silence
will end. All happiness is
gone and all time has
been stopped. Street lights
glaring, suspicious tearing.
All wait for dawn to break
for the clock to strike
for the silence to end.
Still standing, still waiting,
Still silence.

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LycaCry said...
on Dec. 12 2011 at 2:24 pm
LycaCry, Las Vegas, Nevada
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The poem is fine i like the understanding of how silince swallows all at least that how i see c it :)

i like ur poem because it reminds me a bit of my emotions

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