Speaking in Silence (Poem)
Silent . . .Fading . . .Silence . . .oh, dear silence
In ignorant peace in youthful cries. . .Silence
Lasting . . .loving . . .groping, oh, dear hopeless pain.
Each member of my body cries; My heart barely lives!
Not one, or two, but a small mile . . .oh, Lord, I cry!
Cry, oh, Lord . . .I am beginning to fade . . .
Every drop of rain that hits me, killing me in a darker age.
Silent . . .fading from a past I never knew,
In days of years and tears I just gave you.
Love seemed so senile at our ages of yore
Every day that rises past old, older, and angels new.
Nothing lasts in our past. . .gasping for life.
Today’s heart with teardrops to save. Oh, dear silence.
Writer's summary – is “silence” really muted to the point of not hearing
what it is saying? And so does the other world like us know the same
thing? Read each line with each single letter.
Thank you, Kenneth
© 2018 Kenneth Avery