Edgar Andrade Baguio
Deaf Noise - Poem by Edgar Andrade Baguio
Silence comes, and it goes,
Like trees everyone knows;
Unnoticed as it grows,
Away from earthly woes.
Hiding from humans' hearts,
Carefully watching them;
With decibels of phlegm,
Those piercing noise like darts.
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