Treasure Island

Nadim Lost Soul


Silence, ssst


Silence
Silence
Silently, ssst, ssssst, please, ssst
Silence
Silence is my guidance.
Through the jungle of lions.
The only way to survive.
My thoughts need hiding
Silence not a word.
Voices where they from?
silence say no more
Don’t open the door
Or the silence will leave us all.
Silence, silence
Silently they are gone.
Silence, I am alone.
Silence is born
Now I am truly torn
Silently I mourn
That I always was alone.

Submitted: Monday, July 10, 2006
Edited: Saturday, August 14, 2010

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  • Ana x (1/20/2007 11:18:00 AM)

    o GOD it is very pretty, i loved it
    infact i fell inlove with it
    it is very honest and very true, though i feel there is some pain behind this painting
    love and care
    iyan
    xoxo (Report) Reply

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