There is a lot about silence..
Sometimes its like an intangible license!
Silence because of your fear..
And because somebody is so near!
Silence because you meditate..
And because you are the mediate!
Silence because you decided to surrender..
And because you don’t want to answer that offender!
Silence because you are judged by a few..
And because a lot more trust you!
Silence because you don’t find him worth arguing..
And because you are simply listening!
Silence because you already know you are lovely..
And because at times people are sadly ugly!
Silence because you want to forgive..
And because you simply want to relive!
Silence because you are stunned by the reality…
And because even virtual is imaginative practicality!
Silence because you are embarrassed and ashamed..
And because your words ended up being unread!
Silence because you know you have a hope..
And because you know solution isn’t “tying yourself by rope”!
Silence sometimes so productive..
Politics is successful in proving it destructive!
Silence by the sea so wonderful..
By the grave worst than awful!
Silence when with the one you feel passionate..
Unlikely also with the one you hate!
Silence even when everything is said..
Also when your huge bills are already paid!
If you wonder why silence is difficult to understand..
Ask yourself what part of somebody you cannot stand!
Silence sometimes kills..
And sometimes it also heals!
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