Our Absolute Silence - Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI
This silence, that prevails In our minds, is unacceptable And unwelcome simply because It's hollow and meaningless, It kills us with its sharp knife Like we're in a fierce battle with true enemies, Our silence is greatly absolute Because its big mouth is tight and is bad, This silence makes us Harder than the hard rocks themselves, so Our ugly silence is stupid and stubborn As long as we stick it without any reason.
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