Mother Of Silence Poem by Bisy Untan

Mother Of Silence

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I'm the mother bird, sitting guard
To my sleeping little squab of silence.
Outside, the reverberation of the marching army
Of cyclones, gale and barrage.
In this medley, I cry at the utmost of my voice
To keep silence.

I'm fighting with my voice,
My encounter becomes a challenge,
My demand becomes a provocation,
My ultimatum will be their diversion.

My little one is sleeping!
No disturbance!

When it rises from her sleep
I'm sure everything will be calm.
It can soar high to the silvery sky
Of hope, peacefully to the abode of heaven! ! !

Friday, November 18, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: silence
I love silence. But much voice is needed to tackle the problems of daily life to keep peace. One day the confusion will lead the mass to a peaceful world.
Valsa George 04 March 2019

We all like silence very often, but not always! Unfortunately there is so much cacophony around! Somehow we have to put up with this at the thought that finally we will be wafted into a world of peacefulness! Quite meaningful!

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Prabir Gayen 22 January 2019

Very beautiful poem... thanks.....

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Dr Dillip K Swain 22 November 2017

An amazing poem.. The ending is absolutely immaculate . 10

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Randhir Kaur 23 November 2016

Beautiful write Mam. Silence is needed but not much as you said... Well explained.

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Bisy Untan 23 November 2016

My communion with God is in perfect silence and it helps me very much to keep a peaceful mentality. My age may be the reason. Thanks for sharing your juvenile thought. May God bless you! !

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Edward Kofi Louis 18 November 2016

No disburbance! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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