Treasure Island

Aiman Saleem

(13-11-1984 / Tripoli)

break the silence


Silence shall triumph
And silence must be heard
But silence must be broken
And noise should be spoken

For all the dead souls....
They won’t be awake
They are resting....
Lost in the depth of the lake

Melt your stone heart....
Show some courage....
Make a believe in yourself...
Speak up! Break the silence for God Sake

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Submitted: Monday, March 15, 2010
Edited: Thursday, March 18, 2010

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  • Rehana Nazli (4/18/2010 6:23:00 AM)

    Speak up! Break the silence for God Sake

    Hope and frustration journey along..silence is a way of communication-an equally powerful way of communication as compare to words and voice.
    Thanks for sharing,

    Rehana (Report) Reply

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