Image of Silence
The image of silence
is a broken heart.
Melodies of silence, mournful,
are not consoled even by energies
And silence lingers
beneath the ripping soles of a
a breath of riot hovers above
a select ring of gluttonous clouds.
Beyond are totems of death
wearily hung toward the tunnel
of muted silence
with the chilled, fast-fading processes of
spot-language and the image of it.
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- Quite same, hasmukh amathalal
- Lack of wisdom, MOHAMMAD SKATI
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