My silence melts upon my lips, Thin and choking veil, it brushes against my teeth On its way towards my throat, where now it rests, And for all the blueness of my face, you cannot see the words, Waiting to emerge.
Hi there! Please enjoy this short poem that I wrote this evening. Give it a like if you did, and if you really liked it, why not consider sharing it with the buttons below? Thanks! These broken words drop Soundlessly to the floor, and I Wait, and hold the silence between my palms, And do … More Silence: A Poem
There is a silence in this space, that permeates No further than these four surrounding walls, Cool glass of frosted window pane blocks out The noises of the street outside, and I am thus Alone; I can still hear the drifting voices, beyond these walls, What merriment is thus conveyed in soft reverberations of my … More Listen: A Poem
Hi there! I hope you enjoy this poem of mine – I wrote it a couple of days ago but it needed a bit of editing before it was ready for publishing. A conversation held in fingers, Between the brush of hands, a glance, A half smile, a squeeze; How many times Has she said … More Silently Spoken: A Poem