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Poems About: SILENCE

In this page, poems on / about “silence” are listed.

  • 349.

    slilence, silence
    so silent as the night
    so silent as an angel
    so bright as a star read more »

    Edgar Val
  • 350.
    Alone in Silence

    Alone in Silence
    Christian U. Garan read more »

    Christian Garan
  • 351.

    to that experience that propels me to write more

    Read the silence within as it succumbs read more »

    aryaindia india
  • 352.

    The silence of our conversation
    Is worse than anything you can say
    And that fact that there's but silence between us
    Is well to my dismay read more »

    M.A. Ces
  • 353.
    Echoes of silence

    A silent scream
    A bad dream..
    nightmare read more »

    Meena Iyer
  • 354.
    * Whispers of sileNce

    Whispers of silence-
    Whispers, Rising like a wave-
    In unison, In defiance.
    Whispers, Rising to a single scream- Sanity’s grave… read more »

    Inner Whispers
  • 355.
    A Love So Ordinary

    Silence breathes…
    When all is still
    and there is just you and me,
    I can feel the silence read more »

    Jean Renwick
  • 356.
    The silence speaks...

    Sometimes, when you are alone,
    In the dark cloudy night,
    Only the lightening shows you the life,
    A numb silence surrounds you. read more »

    kafil uddin raihan.
  • 357.
    The Silence of Night

    The silence I am with
    Surrounds read more »

    Ruth L. Rivers
  • 358.
    Thoughts On The Sounds of Silence

    The sounds of silence beacons me.
    Like the flight of a bumble bee.
    For my life is in a quandary. And I am the one who is confused.
    All the noise I here has me transfused. read more »

    Nichole Kaci McKnight
  • 359.
    for silence

    I wish to be an amaranth
    amidst a place
    of enveloped silence, of awkwardness.
    How can silence sound read more »

    Candice Bacolod
  • 360.
    Silence Is

    Silence is sitting back in the recliner after a day
    at work when the radio was too loud.

    Silence is hearing the birds singing after hearing read more »

    Greg Oosterhouse
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