Silence - Poem by Holly Heron
Silence surrounds me,
Drowns me, suffocate,
How I long for the sudden shout,
The childs cry, in monrnings light,
A heart spent night.
How I wish for a whispers breeze,
The subtle sound of a lovers sigh,
'O lord, O my'
But all I have is silence,
A hearts breath of silence,
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