Treasure Island

Paul Klobusicky


WALLS OF SILENT


WALLS OF SILENT

What if walls could talk what would they say?
Along the walls they walk
Sputtering words every day

In boardrooms
In school hallways
Hotels walls
And shopping malls

In Elevators
Hospital corridors
Office walls
Tenement halls
And bedroom walls

Some words never to been mention again
Other words that take to the air ways
Walls of silent’s
What would they say…

Submitted: Sunday, March 07, 2010

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