Moostef Vosti


A MOMENT OF SILENCE


In the middle of my room
I sat to let my soul speak
As my ears listened keenly
Silence, do not speak

My eyes tightly closed
But still saw myself
Right in-front of me
No matter what I do
I can't forget myself
Silence.....

In silent darkness,
Where I could hear a pin drop
And see tears roll down your cheeks
My heart condemned me
For misjudging and hurting you
I tender my apology...Silence

I am not a superhuman
Let this stick in your mind
With my words I will be kind
Do this to every man

Silence....please take part
Human learn to consult
Everything in silence
So your mind is alert

What can lack of silence do?
It sent Jesus to the cross!
I judged an MP out of his words!
You talked nonsense!

This time I choose silence
Try to understand my decision
If you don't understand my silence
You won't understand my words

In my silence I achieved
Love that binds all
Kindness that the blind can see
Humility that a shames the proud
Wisdom that bothers a genius
Silence...
Moostef Vosti

Submitted: Wednesday, January 04, 2012
Edited: Sunday, January 08, 2012

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