cyclopseven Ram

Rookie (20 January 1965 / Malaysia)

Silence


My silence is born with me
when speech become stale
relationship an utopian journey
my silence always within to console me.
silence, a pause beyond time
that heals the wound
patch the wild thoughts.
in times I need most, it dawns on me unasked.
my silence doesn’t mean a total withdrawal
from world within nor world without
instead my silence is resilience
in silence my love still there for all
though my thought in patches, still it care for my friends.
in silence we grew from seed
unto silence the soul shall expand through good deeds
don’t feel dejected over this silence of mine
for I would feel rejected if this silence seen as wrong
in the deepest of my silence within my sanctum santorium
I shall in silence, silently play the music of love and life
until its broken by another reverie,
this silence is here to accompany me
till one knot unties another knot.

Submitted: Saturday, January 27, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, January 05, 2011

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