Silence - Poem by Vinayak Manikkedath
As long as reason
Behind a veil..
Human weakness! ! ....
By people who themselves think
They are none the lesser….
Aha! ! ye! ! you kindly note
A margin of difference
Like that of an ocean
Compared with a pail of water…..
But on the other side you think
Those who remain silent
Though a storm wells inside them…
But still remains mum
Nor their lips
Betraying them….of their confusion,
Of their sense of
Their silence remains golden
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